Martes zibellina

Gold coin from Mongolia
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Martes zibellina

Gold coin from Mongolia
  • Item Number:
    28067
  • Material:
    Gold
  • Purity:
    .9999
  • Quality:
    Proof
  • Net Weight:
    0.5 g
  • Diameter (mm):
    11
  • Issuing country:
    Mongolia
  • Year:
    2017
  • Package Content:
    Coin in plastic capsule, box and coin certificate
  • Design / Mint:
    Coin Invest Trust CIT / B.H. Mayer
  • Coin Value:
    1000 Togrog
  • Max. Mintage:
    15000
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  • 61.20 USD
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  • Economy: 6.10 USD
  • Priority: 14.30 USD
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From the award-winning Mongolian Wildlife Protection series comes a gold coin showcasing the Martes zibellina - the Sable.
The immensely popular Wildlife Protection series returns with another member of the Mustelidae family, ten years after making its 2007 debut with the award-winning Wolverine of the same family: the Martes zibellina.

Prized for its valuable pelt, the Martes zibellina, commonly known as Sable, is a solitary animal found in the mountain regions and flatlands throughout northern Asia, inhabiting dense coniferous and deciduous forests. An agile predator with an acute sense of hearing and smell, it hunts both during the day and at night, feeding mainly on rodents but also other small mammals, insects, fruit and nuts.
It builds its dens on the forest floor, usually between rocks, in tree hollows, under logs and tree roots. Kits are born during the spring, with an average litter size of three.

Sable is widely protected in state nature reserves within Eurasia. It is Red Listed as a species of “Least Concern” due to its large population of more than two million. In Mongolia, its status is classed as vulnerable.