It would seem that the animal was eating signal crayfish. Could it be an otter?
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I'm not sure if you have otters in your area but they are partial to creyfish. However, there is a lot of fur in this spraint and I am sure it is mink as they are also partial to creyfish but also eat mammals; something otters rarely do.
You could smell it, otter spraints smell of jasmine tea.
If you want to put up an identification of mink I'll agree to it.
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