The sea mink (Neovison macrodon) was a larger relative of the American mink (N. vison). Found only along the coast of New England and the Canadian Maritime Provinces, it was highly adapted to aquatic life – displaying convergent evolution with the more distantly-related marine otter.

Sadly, intense human fur hunting during the 19th century resulted in this species being driven to complete extinction by the year 1870.

emaskyes asked:

omg you're back!!!! i missed you a lot i got genuinely worried why you weren't posting and stuff ;v; glad you're back!

aw thanks!!! sorry for worrying you ;v;