These Rodents Will Astound You With Their Cuteness
Our usual reactions to the rodents we commonly see are shrieks, groans of disgust, or sheer frustration at the now semi-gnawed door in our home. But don’t judge the whole family based on one or two pesky relatives. These are some of the most surprisingly cute cousins of rats you’ll ever see. 1.
Worried About Rodents? 5 Signs You Have an Infestation.
Unless you're the Pied Piper of Hamelin, you probably aren't the most comfortable hanging out in the company of rodents, particularly if they have decided to pay you a visit in your own home.
Rodent Alert: Ways You May Be Inviting Mice into Your Home
Apart from that, rodents can also ruin your food supplies and damage your home, so it’s important to keep them as far from you as possible. But instead of just getting rid of the rodent problem when it arises, we say it's much easier to prevent it from happening to begin with.
Incredible! These Rodents are Trained to Save Lives!
You've probably heard of dogs sniffing out evidence. Have you ever heard of rats sniffing out landmines? This video brought to you by BBC Earth introduces you to Mandy. Mandy is an African Pouch Ra..
Cute Overload: This Chinchilla Lives ForBelly Brushes!
Chinchillas are cute little chubby rodents with super soft fur and a cute fluffy tail. And apparently, these little critters love belly rubs and cuddles, too! How cute is that? The only drawback - after watching this video, you'll consider getting a chinchilla, guaranteed!
These Cute Photos Will Make You Get Over Your Fear of Mice
If you've got a fear of rodents, something tells me that that's about to change very soon! This is because it's almost impossible not to fall in love with the tiny harvest mice that you will see in the photographs below.
3 Mice Repellents to Rid Your Home of Rodents
Some people in my family can't stand mice, whereas I actually find them quite cute. However, we all share one thing in common: we'd rather they weren't running around our house uninvited. So, we ar..
Adorable - Man Builds A Whimsical Village For Mice
When most people discover rodents on their property, their first instinct is to get rid of them. But not this man. The UK-based photographer Simon Dell did quite the opposite. He built an entire village for the mice in his garden.
12 Sneaky Signs That Your Home Has an Infestation
Just because you can't see the bugs or rodents wandering around your home, doesn’t mean that they’re not already present or marching towards your home. Here’s what you need to watch out for! 1.
Natural Pest Control - 10 Ways to Get Rid of Various Pests
Rodents, such as mice or rats, can also do a lot of damage to your home. The best tactic for these pests, however, is to keep them out of the house.
How to Keep Snakes Away From Your Home - 7 Useful Tips
Rodents The primary reason for snakes to end up on your property is their prey. Even though snakes can survive without food for weeks or months at a time, they try to hunt weekly or once every few weeks. Many snakes prey on rodents, birds, bird eggs, frogs, lizards, and other small animals.
Ratatouille Has Nothing On this Little Fella!
This little guy's name is Bug, and even if you hate rodents, we bet you won't hate him and his friends after seeing these adorable photos! Submitted by: David S. Ratatouille Has Nothing On this Little Fella!
This is Why Beavers Are the Smartest Animals Out There!
This video will show you why Earth’s second largest rodent is more amazing than you thought, and why they’re the smartest thing in fur pants. Beavers Are the Smartest Animals Ever!
The True Story About the Pursuit of Happiness
This rodent and his journey to find joy is something that everyone can appreciate. Animated to the tune of the Habanera, a fitting score, this short tail (see what I did there) bears a remarkable resemblance to our reality.
These Adorable Wild Hamsters Will Cure Your Bad Day!
However, while these adorable rodents are popular pets, some still live in the wild. In fact, around the world, there are about 26 different species of wild hamsters, and, as you’re about to see, they’re some of the cutest things that you could wish to come across in the great outdoors.
20 Reasons Hamsters are the Perfect Pets
Hamsters are adorable little rodents, with 25 species around the world. These cute critters were first domesticated in 1939 and have since become one of the most popular smaller pets.
People Tried Keeping These Wild Animals as Exotic Pets!
Prehensile Tailed Porcupine (By Eric Kilby, Wikimedia Commons ) Despite being a species native to Central and South America, this spiky-backed rodent is a common pet in the United States. They are extremely energetic and curious, feeding on fruits, vegetables, and rodent pellets.
These Amazing Animals Are Relatives of Man's Best Friend
Though they primarily feed on rodents and small animals, they have also been known to hunt wildebeests and antelopes. 2. Arctic Wolf ( Canis lupus arctos ) A beautiful creature for sure, but don't be fooled by the cuteness of its young.
The Happiest Animals On Earth!
Favorite Thing: Eating small rodents. Via: newswhip.com Secret To Happiness: Seeing each new challenge as an opportunity. Favorite Thing: Rolling in trash. Via: keywordpicture.com Secret To Happiness: Buoyancy, levity, and an enviable knack for discovering joy in the little things.
These Little Animals Are Nature's Architects and Engineers
In fact, these giant rodents play a crucial role in creating and maintaining a diversity of flora and fauna. Let’s find out more about these fascinating wonders of nature.
Watch This Cute Little Hamster's Giant Graveyard Feast
These small rodents store food in their burrows and eat a variety of items like seeds, grains, nuts, cracked corn, fruits, and vegetables. In the graveyards of Vienna, many wild hamsters can be found foraging for food all day long.
These Photos Capture Owls in All Their Magnificence
These birds of prey are actually very effective rodent hunters, keeping fields clear of mice and other pests. This is one of the reasons why photographer Brad Wilson chose to explore their beauty up close, with incredible results. 1. Eastern Screech Owl 2. Western Screech Owl 3. Burrowing Owl 4.
Neglecting to Clean These Items Can Be DANGEROUS
Pests and rodents When pests invade your home, the first thing to come to mind is the potential health hazards they bring. What many people tend to forget is that rodents can also increase the risk of a fire. Rodents and birds both like to nest in and on buildings.
Discover the World of Beautiful Wild Cats
Surprisingly, sand cats can survive for months without water, relying only on their food, with small rodents being their primary prey. Habitat: Sand cats are primarily found in Northern Africa and Southwest and Central Asia, residing in sandy and stony deserts.