By Christopher Schwarzen and Jennifer Sullivan
Times Snohomish County bureau
STEVE RINGMAN / THE SEATTLE TIMES
A mink peeks from under a stump near a farm in Sultan, Snohomish County. Farm-bred mink don't do well in the wild, an industry spokeswoman said.
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Owners of a rural mink farm in Sultan Washington snonomish country spent a long day yesterday trying to round up more than 10,000 mink set free during a suspected ecoterrorism attack. Even as night fell, mink could be seen scampering through the area.
aparently the AFL liberate many mink throughout the world ... this seems to be one of their largest liberations at 10,000 ...