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Anguilloidei Congroidei Nemichthyoidei Synaphobranchoidei
Eels (Anguilliformes; /æŋˌɡwɪlɨˈfɔrmiːz/) are an order of fish which consists of four suborders, 20 families, 111 genera and approximately 800 species. Most eels are predators. The term "eel" (originally referring to the European eel) is also used for some other similarly shaped fish, such as electric eels and spiny eels, but these are not members of the Anguilliformes order.


Descripton

Neovison vison †Neovison macrodon Mustela lutreola
Mink is a common name for an alert, semiaquatic, carnivorous mammal of the Mustelidae family which also includes otters, weasels, badgers, wolverines, and polecats. There are 2 extant species in the subfamily Mustelinae, i.e. the American mink (Neovison vison) and the European mink (Mustela lutreola). There is also 1 extinct species, the Sea mink (Neovison macrodon) which is related to the American mink, but is much larger. All three species are dark-colored.
 
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