| Latin Name
| Conservation Status
||30 - 40 cms (12 - 16 inches)
||12 - 19 cms (4.75 - 7.5 inches)
||500 - 800 g (18 - 29 oz)
| Life Expectancy
European Mink have a body length between 30 and 40 cms (12 - 16 inches), a tail length between 12 and 19 cms (4.75 - 7.5 inches) and they weigh between 500 and 800 g (18 - 29 oz). They are dark brown in colour and they have white lips and a white chin.
European Mink are found in areas of Europe.
European Mink are opportunistic predators and they mainly feed on rats, rabbits, birds, fish, frogs and crayfish.
After a gestation period of 35 - 70 days, 2 - 7 young are born in a den. They are weaned at 10 weeks old and are sexually mature at 10 months old.
Subspecies of the European Mink Include:
Mustela lutreola biedermanni
Mustela lutreola binominata
Mustela lutreola cylipena
Mustela lutreola lutreola
Mustela lutreola novikovi
Mustela lutreola transsylvanica
Mustela lutreola turovi