The weasel (Wäisst Wisel)
The weasel is a small vermiform carnivore, long and thin. Its small ears, rounded and outlined in white, and the end of its tail in the shape of a black brush, are its characteristic features. In summer, it has a light brown, reddish yellow, beige, or sometimes pink upper side, with the underside and the upper throat white. In winter, it is completely white, except the end of the tail which remains black.
Almost all environments suit the weasel. It seems, however, to particularly enjoy the banks of streams and the dikes of ponds. In places where it isn't threatened, it is emboldened and will approach houses.