Lemmings, despite their tiny size, can be very aggressive. Even large predators do not risk contacting them.
Lemmings have one main enemy – owls. Birds fly from the sky to the animal, and he simply does not have time to defend himself. But foxes, ferrets, and other predators of the north do not attack lemmings. They can be very aggressive – they squeak loudly, strive to bite anyone who has violated the boundaries. This skier accidentally rode over a lemming hole and immediately met with the owner.
The brave rodent immediately tried to drive the man away, and he succeeded. The skier decided not to mess with the brave animal.