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Rats- Lots and lots of rats. Plenty of rats all over the place, and some mice too!
Round-tailed Ground Squirrel
White-tailed Antelope Squirrel- Following are Life History Accounts only -
Botta's Pocket Gopher
Desert Pocket Mouse
Golden-mantled Ground Squirrel
Great Basin Pocket Mouse
Little Pocket Mouse
Long-tailed Pocket Mouse
Mohave Ground Squirrel
North American Deer Mouse
Panamint Kangaroo Rat
Southern Grasshopper Mouse
Western Harvest MouseDefinitions of Rodents
Any of various mammals of the order Rodentia which have two pairs of continuously growing and self-sharpening teeth.
Rodents are gnawing mammals that make up the Order Rodentia. Examples of rodents are mice, rats, chipmunks, beavers, and squirrels.
a type of warm-blooded animal having fur or hair on the body, mammary glands associated with feeding the offspring, and large incisor teeth that grow continually; rats, mice, squirrels, and beavers are examples of rodents
relatively small gnawing animals having a single pair of constantly growing incisor teeth specialized for gnawing
The gnawing Mammalia, such as the rats, rabbits, and squirrels. They are especially characterised by the possession of a single pair of chisel ...
Any of an order (Rodentia) of relatively small gnawing mammals (as a mouse, a squirrel, or a beaver) that have in both jaws a single pair of teeth with a chisel-shaped edge. investigate.conservation.org/expeditions/guyana/glossary.htm
Mammals, such as a mouse, rat, squirrel or beaver, that are characterized by large incisors adapted for gnawing or nibbling. www.noworms.com/glossary.cfm
a family of mammals which have large front teeth used for gnawing
Fossorial Rodents are rodents that dig or burrow into the ground.
Round-tailed ground squirrel
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