Wild Hunters Weasels And Raccoons

 
Among the wide variety of wild hunters on planet Earth, one group stands out for its opportunism, inventiveness and versatility. Genets, for example, are stealthy and cautious, moving between branches and rocks, not unlike a spirit of the dusk. Genets, and their relatives the mustelids, like weasels and raccoons, are armed with disproportionate ferocity for such relatively small animals, capable of hunting in almost all terrestrial ecosystems. Genets are so agile that they can successfully hunt a few unsuspecting victims every night. Courage, curiosity and resourcefulness are their key strengths.