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Why not a ferret? http://www.vwt.org.uk/docs/polecat/polecats-and-ferrets-how-to-tell-them.... It has a lot of white on its lower back.
You are on the edge of the polecat's range.
However, this looks too uniform in colour to be a polecat, I think it's a ferret or a polecat-ferret hybrid.
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never seen a wild polecat,however I have kept and worked ferrets for almost 50 years and this is a ferret.
Polecats are very dark,particularly the face mask
Some would say polecats can also be pale but then the wild population is so polluted with ferret genes others argue there are no pure polecats left in Britain, except perhaps in remote areas of Scotland.
Could you put up a corrected identification of ferret please.
Lat/Lng: 50.4, -4.4
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