Here’s our blog on Prairie Dogs. Would you believe they’re actually not dogs at all?!?
What is a Rodent?
Rodents are a diverse group of mammals that make up almost 40% of the mammal population. With a few exceptions (such as the naked mole-rat) all rodents Are endothermic (warm blooded) Have fur Give live birth to their babies Feed their babies milk They can be found almost everywhere in the world. But what separates…
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What is a Mammal?
Mammals are a group of animals with many traits that make them different from other animals. We have laid out the main characteristics of being mammal. Endothermic (or “warm blooded”) which means they have a set body temperature. Have fur or hair Give birth to their babies alive, as opposed to laying eggs like fish…