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Question by  Igor (14)

How old is one year for a ferret?


Answer by  worker5777 (26)

A ferret can live up to 6 to 8 years, so when he is one year old, he is, so to speak, not even in his teens year yet. They can start reproducing at 1 1/2.


Answer by  LuxFlowz (69)

One ferret year is equivalent to about nine to eleven human years. That is based on a ferret living about six to eight human years and a human having a lifespan of seventy years. Seventy divided by six is about eleven and seventy divided by eight is about nine. In some cases, ferrets may live pass eight human years.


Answer by  mb (5482)

Ferrets usually live to the age of 8-10 years. So one year old is basically a late teenager to a ferret. They are old enough to breed but not quite done maturing.


Answer by  worker3843 (29)

One year equals one year. Ferrets generally don't live past 8 years old so one year is 1/2 thier lifespan

posted by Anonymous
1/2 their lifespan. kind of weird math  add a comment

Answer by  enkidu87 (130)

A one year old ferret is very young, as they have an average life expectancy of eight to eleven years.

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