timleonyx at yahoo.com
Tue May 22 09:04:20 PDT 2007
# 1. You can domesticate ANY mammal if you acquire it early enough, and only breed gentle parents; and voila, in a few generations(or years), you have your so-called domesticated pet. It's been demonstrated on fox fur ranches-such as with a few unwanted colour changes(black&white),along with curled tails, and floppy ears, which made them useless to the fur industry. The same thing is happening to the minks& skunks; CRAZY COLOURS- Domestication is a double-edged sword...
# 2. YOU don't know EVERYTHING!! I have looked high& low for ANY reference to spotted skunks in Indiana, and for the life of me I can't find ANY reference to them ever being there, let alone on some "Threatened-Endangered Species-List!
SkunkLady2 at aol.com wrote:
> an African zorilla(Ictonyx striatus)? It is a dead ringer for our American
It strongly favors our Spotted Skunk, that's for sure, but is nothing like
the Striped Skunk which is in domestication.
Websearchs for African Zorilla...and...Spotted Skunk...and...
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