One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- another term for zorilla
- ‘We had a special sighting of a striped polecat wandering around in the grass on an evening game drive.’
- ‘Black and white striped polecats are also nocturnal, though very seldom seen.’
- ‘Herein is our problem, recently one of those little, black, white striped polecats moved into our location.’
- ‘Now, it unwillingly provides the same service for the striped polecat, a link in the chain of appetites foraging in the dark.’
- ‘The marbled polecat and striped polecat are related animals of Africa and W Asia.’
- ‘Kicheche is the Swahili word for Zorilla or striped polecat which closely resembles the American skunk.’
- ‘There are several small predators, such as the African wild cat, several species of mongooses and the striped polecat.’
- ‘When bothered by another animal, most commonly dogs, a striped polecat will growl and bark and fluff up its tail.’
- ‘The zorilla is sometimes called the striped polecat.’
- ‘Like the skunks found in North America, striped polecats can spray a large amount of powerfully odorous secretions from their anal glands.’
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