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Which part of the UK is Georgia?
It looks very much like a mink to me. These were introduced to the UK for their fur, and inevitably got into the local countryside, where they are considered a pest since they out-compete the indigenous wildlife.
dentstudent - Sorry, I was just bein' 'clever'!
I can't see a picture on my browser - is there one?
Still no image for me. I can't 'imag(in)e' why.
I'd say mink too - even with a still it has the jizz.
AllenG - is this a photo you took? If so, as long as you're willing to give us permission to use it elsewhere on the site (should we have an article about mink, for example) then I'll hot it on our website and embed it into your above post. This should avoid the issues of people not being able to see it (as I can't either).edit - Image working for me now, if everyone else can see it then problem averted, nevermind.
] What's "the jizz"? Am I missing something?
I must FOG you here, Mink were not exactly 'introduced' into the UK, they were farmed for their pelts by the fur trade. Animal rights idiots set them free into the countryside, where they have been a threat to the indigenous Stoat, Weasel and Ferret population ever since.