Rodents comprise about 40% of all mammal species. They are native to all major land masses except for New Zealand, Antarctica, and several oceanic islands, though they have subsequently been introduced to most of these land masses by human activity.
Rodent is the naming term of all members of Rodentia order of mammals and can be identified by their teeth. Their incisors (upper and lower) grow throughout their lives. Gnawing on hard material keeps the teeth worn down and sharp. Lagomorphs such as rabbits and hares are often mistaken for rodents. These animals have an additional pair of upper incisors that rodents lack.
The following is a short list of some common rodents:
- Rodent search results in DeviantArt
- Rodent search results in Fur Affinity
- Rodent Furs on Fur Affinity
- Rats of FA group on Fur Affinity
- Beavers group on Fur Affinity
- Porcupines of FA group on Fur Affinity
- Rodent Furs on LiveJournal
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