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Rodentia Order

India Sanju Offline
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Starting with my familiar squirrel which I saw in the wild in my experience to Tirumala (read my post in Tigers of eastern Ghats).



The Indian giant squirrel or Malabar giant squirrel, (Ratufa indica) is one of the largest tree squirrel species in the world belonging to genus Ratufa native to India.

It is a large-bodied diurnal, arboreal, and mainly herbivorous squirrel found in South Asia.

Location : Sri vari paadalu, Tirumala (My visit to there, same location i.e.., srivari paadalu, same sighting)

Credits : @binoc_photography .
When Need turns to Greed, our Extinction happens.
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( This post was last modified: 03-22-2019, 06:51 PM by Sanju )

Bonnet Macaque... Sad 

How cute, he's very busy in feeding. Dedicated and Friendly.





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Sadly this tolerating behavior of them making them vulnerable;e to pet trade by offering food and capturing them. Mainly in our Andhra state. Crying

watch the sample of one Telugu guy owning a squirrel Angry (Though, I too have a desire to get one in my homeJoking ):




When Need turns to Greed, our Extinction happens.
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Rodent are able to be efficient predators ! Here a chipmunk devastating a birds' nest...
For more datas:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chipmunk

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How can you be insensitive by seeing it ?

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Dance step between a beaver and a wolf... Canada.

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A jerboa or a gerbil dodging very switly and skillfully a snake' attack. Maestria !


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Daniel Rosengren: " A mother Blick's Grass Rat with her baby. These rodents are endemic to Ethiopia and only found on the highlands between 2,500 and 4,000 meters above sea level. These two remind me of those old children's book characters called Barbapapa, anyone agree? Photographed in Bale Mountains National Park, Ethiopia. "


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Amid the lockdown, rats are taking over in the UK and NZ: https://wildfact.com/forum/topic-animal-...#pid114628
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Savannah Burgess: " Portrait of a friendly beaver. Such essential animals. "


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