why do they call a skunk a polecat

According to the taxonomic theory proposing two subfamilies within Mustelidae, the polecats are classified as:
Subfamily Genus, I. striatus, (native to Central, Southern, and sub-Saharan Africa), I. libycus Genus, M. eversmannii (Central and Eastern Europe, and Central Asia) (Black-footed ferret) M. nigripes, M. putorius Genus, V. peregusna A more recent classification based on genetic analysis suggests that Mustelidae should be divided into eight subfamilies, one of which is the Mustelinae.


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