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The Bulldog Stoat (Mustela stalinii) is the Awakened form of the common stoat (Mustela erminea). The male measures about 1 meter in length and weighs about 6 kilograms, with the females being significantly smaller. The Bulldog Stoat's thick fur turns white in the winter and is brown-red with a black tail in the summer.
It is mainly active at night, feeding on a carnivorous diet of small mammals, birds, snakes, frogs, and toads. They also often attack larger slower-moving targets like sheep, goats, even cattle. They are considered a major hazard to European livestock, but poisons and gengineered diseases have failed to significantly reduce stoat populations.
In 2039, a group of stoats allegedly attacked and killed eleven humans living in a farm in Latvia. It lives mostly in Northern and Eastern Europe, especially in Russia and the Baltic states.
- Paranormal Animals of Europe, 22-23