Marbled polecats are rare. But just 3 were seen. See their homes.
Steppe and desert environments in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East are progressively being transformed into cropland.
Along with habitat loss, overuse of rodenticides has killed these creatures and their prey.
Three rare variegated marbled polecats (29-38 cm) from Kayseri Sultan Sazl National Park in Turkey were on show.
In this perspective, in Kayseri Sultan Sazl National Park, the high risk of extinction of pied martens as a community was observed.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry posted photographs of a 3-person pied marten community. This marbled polecat in Kayseri wowed visitors.
The marbled polecat (Vormela peregusna): The marbled polecat is on the World Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources’ “red list,” or “sensitive category” (IUCN).
The region of marbled polecat, Thrace, Turkey, and the Black Sea, dwells in Eastern and Central Anatolia.
Marbled polecats reside in tree caverns but can also live in underground tunnels. The Pied Marten in the Sultan Sazl National Park is a great example of the park’s vast biodiversity.