The Black-Footed Ferret. Amanda Heyn, Laura Icenhour, & Evan Fitch. Background. Black-Footed Ferrets are members of the weasel family (Mustelidae) Ferrets are nocturnal and do most hunting at night. http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/staticfiles/NGS/Shared/
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Amanda Heyn, Laura Icenhour, & Evan Fitch
to be extinct
The black footed ferrets underwent a bottleneck effect resulting in the last wild population site of ferrets to be discovered in Meeteetse, Wyoming 1981.
About 25% of the original 19 founders’ genes have made it into the current population.Bottleneck Effect
Homozygous Dominant : Current
Heterozygous : Current
Homozygous Recessive : Current
Total Pop : Current
p² + 2pq + q² = 1
p + q =1
p2 =.33 Total Population=180
q2 =.18 H=79