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A mink in Lake Clark National Park. Tweeted by the US Department of the Interior, 4/18/16.

Mink in Alaska are larger and darker than most weasels. They can hunt on land and water, preying on fish, rodents, birds and insects. Mostly solitary, they only gather during breeding season in the spring. However, this mink at Lake Clark National Park & Preserve doesn’t seem to be thinking about romance. Photo by J. Mills, National Park Service. Tweeted by the US Department of the Interior, 4/18/16.

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Posted April 19, 2016 by henrymowry in National Parks

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