...You are kidding, right? Gerbils are mammals; some of them are male, and some are, well, female. They reproduce the way mammals do.
No , Gerbils have backbones therefore making them vertebrates.Gerbils, being mammals, are indeed vertebrates (they have backbones).
Gerbils are not related to kangaroos in any way. They are both mammals, but that is where their relationship ends. Gerbils are placental mammals and members of the order Rodentia, while kangaroos are marsupials and members of the order Diprotodontia.
no gerbils don't have feathers, they have fur
THey are mammals and they do shed their fur, but you won't notice it.
Gerbils do not have periods as they are oestral mammals and not menstrual ones like us. Some oestral mammals have a bloody discharge, but not gerbils. What you saw was most likely to be a smear of porphyrins from a gland near the gerbil's eye.
As with most mammals, two, a male and a female
Gerbils are not colorblind, but they don't see the range of color that humans do. Most other mammals can't see reds as well as people can, if at all.
No. They are mammals in the rodent family along with rats, mice, hamsters, and gerbils.
Yes. Gerbils are native to the northern Saharan desert.
gerbils are mammals, after they um.... mate.... they have their eggs inside them fertilized. soon the offspring grows in the mothers stomack, and they mother gives birth to it. just like humans
They are small mammals that look sort of like hamsters except they have long tails.
Yes, small mammals, such as guinea pigs, hamsters, and gerbils help you learn.
Gerbils are known to be sweet, curious, feisty, and clever. They are one of the smartest mammals, if you work hard you can teach them tricks. They are not prone to biting their owner as long as they are handled properly and regularly. Gerbils are wonderfully social animals and actually have to live in pairs for life or they are prone to dying from depression. http://www.egerbil.com is a great site for the behavior of gerbils.
well if anyone was stupid to ask that yes ofcourse they r impossoles :p r u dumb ?
Yes mice do have belly buttons. All mammals have belly buttons and mice are mammals.
No. Gerbils are not rats, they are Gerbils.
Gerbils are mammals and breed sexually. The male approaches and mounts the female from the rear. The female remains positioned on all four legs, while the male balances on his back legs, resting his upper body on the female's pelvis.
yes gerbils tend to sleep more and maybe eat less but they are like all mammals they have a thick coat of fur and that keeps them warm but if u are worried about them frezzing then add more bedding
Collective nouns for gerbils are a clan of gerbils or a horde of gerbils.
Kangaroo rats and gerbils are related, in that they are both placental mammals and members of the order Rodentia. However, they belong to different families, and occur on different continents, with kangaroo rats being found in North America, and gerbils being native to Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Both inhabit desert environments.
In the wild gerbils are diurnal, but in captivity most gerbils are crepuscular.
Boy gerbils behave well with both girl and boy gerbils but girl gerbils do not mix well with other girl gerbils. Beware though when pairing girl and boy gerbils there is a large risk of them breeding!