Are rabbits part of the rodent family?
Contrary to popular belief rabbits are not part of the rodent family, although they look very similar. They are part of the Lagomorph family, which includes hares, rabbits, and pikas.
No,they are mammals. No. Rabbits are mammals, not reptiles. Another Rabbits are in the rodent family. Reptiles are snakes, lizards etc.
Yes, the pig is derived from the rodent family.
No, why would you think deer are in the rodent family? Deer are in the hoofed mammals family.
no its part of the rodent family
Rodent family or scientifically Leporidae family. It is also a mammal.
NO, they are part of the mongoose family...
yes, they are
No. Guinea pigs are part of the cavy family. Hamsters are part of the rodent family.
Yes, they are rodents.
No, they are part of the Ursidae family.
No way! A cat is part of the cat family while a rat is part of the rodent family.
No, hedgehogs are not part of the rodent family. Hedgehogs are part of the Erinaceidae family.
No a rabbit is sort of a cousin to the rodents but is not a rodent
Opossums are not rodents. They are Marsupials.
A mouse is classified as part of the rodent family.
No. A beaver is the largest rodent.
No. Guinea pigs are rodents (rabbits are not) and are actually in the same biological family is capybaras, a giant South American rodent.
Not in Pig Family No, guinea pigs belong to the rodent family.
The red panda is a part of the weasel family. It is a chordate in the animal kingdom as well.
Incidentally, the Rodentia does not include rabbits; rabbits differ from rodents in having an extra pair of incisors and in other skeletal features. Rabbits, hares, and a few other species make up the Lagomorpha. Rabbits also have fur on their feets.
No. Rabbits are part of a family called 'lagomorphs'.
they are not rats but part of the same rodent family :]
Rodents. Nope, they are in the family "Lagomorph". This means they have long ears, gnawing teeth, large back feet, and a short tail. It is similar to the rodent but not quite.
No. Raccoons are carnivores and opossums are marsupials.
Guinea Pigs are actually part of the rodent family.
Many people believe rabbits and hares are a part of the "rodent" category. In reality, they are more closely related to a horse than a mouse. And their category is called "lagomorphs".
Yes. Squirrels are part of the rodent family. They are just larger than an animal that people would think of as a rodent automatically, such as a mouse.
Althought classified as mammals, Rabbits can also come in the rodent family as their teeth always continue tro grow. any mammal that does this is in the rodent family. rats, gerbils, guinea pigs, chipmunks, squirrels, lemmings. U get idea! So Rabbitsand rats are both rodents that's the only thing they have in common and possibly the quick reproductive system
Hamsters are in the rodent family, they're vertebrates.
No because they are part of the rodent family o its normal
Yes the hare is an animal. It falls under the rodent family of animals, along with mice, hamster, rabbits etc. And no its not the 'hare' on your head!
Rabbits are part of the family Lagamorf. That consist of the rabbits, hares and Pikas. They are not just big rodents. They are in a totally different family that is quite interesting.
First of all, PLEASE work on your spelling. I am twelve and my spelling and grammar is better. As to answer your question, squirrels are a part of the rodent family. The rodent family includes; rats, squirrels, hamsters, mice, guinea pigs, and chinchillas. Once again PLEASE work on your grammar, and I hope I helped.
A porcupine is a member of the rodent family. After the capybara and the beaver, the porcupine is the third largest member of the rodent family.
Yes...of which the South American cavy is the largest variety.
Chinchillas are crepuscular rodents. They are called a rodent but are part of the family chinchillidae.
Because rats are part of the small mamal family which are called rodents.
Rabbits are lagomorphs, not rodents!
No, rabbits are not considered rodents. They are part of a separate breed called "lagomorphs" that also includes hares and pikas. Rabbits are actually more closely related to horses than rats or mice. Some similar qualities are: rabbits eat with their mouth while rodents eat with their front paws, they have four incisors in the upper jaw (not two as in rodents), they will only eat vegetation (unlike rodents, which will eat meat and vegetation)… Read More