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  1. marbled polecatnoun

    A polecat, of genus Vormela, found in Eastern Europe and Western China; it has yellow and black markings on its back

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  1. Marbled polecat

    The marbled polecat (Vormela peregusna) is a small mammal belonging to the monotypic genus Vormela within the mustelid subfamily Ictonychinae. Vormela is from the German word Würmlein, which means "little worm". The specific name peregusna comes from perehuznya (перегузня), which is Ukrainian for "polecat".[1] Marbled polecats are generally found in the drier areas and grasslands of southeastern Europe to western China. Like other members of the Ictonychinae, it can emit a strong-smelling secretion from anal sacs under the tail when threatened.

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  1. Marbled polecat

    The marbled polecat is a small mammal belonging to the monotypic genus Vormela within the Mustelinae subfamily. Vormela is from the German word Würmlein, which means "little worm". The term peregusna comes from perehuznya, which is Ukrainian for polecat. Marbled polecats are generally found in the drier areas and grasslands of southeastern Europe to western China. Like other members of Mustelinae, it can emit a strong-smelling secretion from anal sacs under the tail when threatened.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of marbled polecat in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of marbled polecat in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

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