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ColleenA Plus
4 322 4 Australia
7 Feb 2014 11:10AM
What is that little guy...did he manage to kill that big rabbit, does not look like he could eat meat with those little teeth...great shot

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ali63 Plus
4 756 1 United Kingdom
7 Feb 2014 11:13AM

Quote:What is that little guy...did he manage to kill that big rabbit, does not look like he could eat meat with those little teeth...great shot


It's a Stoat Colleen, they are quite strong for their size.
7 Feb 2014 11:16AM
Yes - they are powerful and rabbits are their preferred prey.
Great to get a shot, Ali!
Chinga Plus
6 3 1 United Kingdom
7 Feb 2014 11:17AM
Spectacular capture! Very well captured! Grin
My congratulations on such a fine nature shot...
IB
wow great shot well done lovely detail. christineGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
ColleenA Plus
4 322 4 Australia
7 Feb 2014 11:23AM
Thanks, I just read up about Stoats, had never heard of them.....they look so gentle and tiny..Grin they can kill rabbits up to 10x their size....also known as weasels...that's why I love epz, one learns so much on here...
Have just noticed he is sticking out his tongue in eager anticipation of lunch...amazing shot...
CarolG Plus
10 198 19 Greece
7 Feb 2014 11:51AM
A cracking capture, Ali, he's ensured himself food for quite a number of days now Smile Carol
Mollycat Plus
3 11 2 United Kingdom
7 Feb 2014 12:07PM
This ones not going to hungry thats for sure. Great capture Ali. Peter.
7 Feb 2014 2:28PM
Great moment shot. Love this.
viscostatic 10 35 5 United Kingdom
7 Feb 2014 3:11PM
A stoat or a weasel? One is stoatally different the other is weasily recognised. I haven't a clue and I don't for a minute doubt that you know your small mammals Ali so this is just a cheap joke at your expense. Great image.

Phil.
gwynn56 5 87 England
7 Feb 2014 3:45PM
beautiful capture Smile
alansnap Plus
12 577 26 United Kingdom
7 Feb 2014 6:14PM
Yes, fearsome little hunters indeed. It's hard to catch a glimpse of them and so much more difficult to capture a shot like this. Well done indeed.
Alan
Trev_B 9 151 68 England
7 Feb 2014 6:35PM
Well done Ali a great capture… well thats what the Stoat thought, not so sure about the rabbit.Wink

Trev
EileenH 3 1 United Kingdom
7 Feb 2014 6:45PM
Great imageSmile

Eileen
Mike_Smith Plus
9 333 1 United Kingdom
7 Feb 2014 7:17PM
This is a cracker Ali, how did you manage to captures this? When i have seen one they run away
Brian65 7 2 United Kingdom
7 Feb 2014 7:44PM
Well captured Ali, eyes bigger than its belly.
Brian
JuBarney Plus
5 20 3 United Kingdom
7 Feb 2014 8:06PM
Are you competing with Simon for 'lunch' shots?!
Poor rabbit but a terrific capture.
Ju
richmowil Plus
7 310 1 England
7 Feb 2014 8:12PM
Stunning capture Ali!!! Great timing!! Glad to make this one an RC
Great shot Ali. Love his tongue. Cathy
Glostopcat 10 255 2 England
7 Feb 2014 10:21PM
A wonderful natural history image Ali, that is a big lunch! I'm sure Simon will have a few rabbit recipes for us when he sees this!Wink It is like David slaying Goliath, stoats and other mustelids are fiercesome little creatures. I have two ferrets and they are feisty characters, they have often killed rats and wood pigeons that have strayed into the garden when they have been around!
Maiwand Plus
10 3 72 England
8 Feb 2014 4:12PM
Terrific capture Ali.!!! I love the way you have caught him licking his lips in anticipation.GrinGrinGrinGrin
Ron
8 Feb 2014 10:00PM
My Goodness - talking about your eyes being bigger than your stomach! This guy is going to eat for days!!! Excellent shot - and I imagine quite an experience to see this!
9 Feb 2014 5:51AM
What a cracking good Lunch image, Ali...!
As others have said, Stoats can be skittish, so you have done very well, indeed.
I'd love to see 'Farmer Ed', with his two ferrets (one down each trouser leg, preferably...Blush )

Simon
BIGRY1 Plus
4 3 7 United Kingdom
14 Feb 2014 4:06PM
Great capture showing nature at its bestGrin
Ryan
23 Feb 2014 7:23PM
eyes bigger than its belly me thinks
28 Feb 2014 2:54PM
We have these in my country too.

Oh they are nasty critters.

You did get a great shot oh poor Hare.

Never had a chance.

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