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Weasel war dance

The Weasel war dance is a behavior of extremely excited ferrets. The war dance usually follows play or the successful capture of a toy or a stolen object. It consists of a frenzied series of sideways hops, often accompanied by an arched backs, panting or hissing noises, or a frizzy tail.

Although the weasel war dance may make a ferret appear frightened or angry, they are often just excited and are usually harmless to humans.

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