Any mammal has the potential to carry rabies, but it is very rare in rodents ie/chipmunks, squirrels, and evidence suggests that wild rodents do not carry the disease to humans.
They can, but no animal has rabies inherently. An animal must get infected with rabies.
They can climb, stuff nuts in their mouths, and cannot sing. However they do carry diseases and can carry rabies so do not try to train wild chipmunks and check with your state law to see if you can have them as a pet first!
Yes. Any mammal can transmit rabies.
No. Birds do not carry rabies.
No. Wasps can not and do not carry rabies.
only mammals can carry rabies
No. All of them do not carry rabies. If all of them carry rabies, all of them would die and there will be no raccoons.
They can. They can carry rabies unless they get their rabies shot.
no. I have heard that Grouindhogs do not carry the rabies either.
All warm blooded animals can carry rabies.
yes, according to the film Disaster movie they can.
No. Birds do not carry rabies. Chickens can carry other dangerous pathogens such a salmonella.
In Australia they don't because there is no rabies there. Bats are mammals , and most mammals can carry rabies.
opossums do not carry rabies because their body temp. is to low for the rabies virus to live.
Mice can carry rabies, but it is highly unusual, and there have been no cases of mice transmitting rabies to people. Remember, only mammals can carry rabies.
No, not all bats carry rabies but you still have to be careful.
Only mammals can get/ carry rabies.
No. Rabies is a vertebrate disease.
No. Only mammals can carry rabies.
All animals can carry rabies, except for the hyena, which is immune to it, but can still carry it.
Domesticated or wild, rats do not carry rabies. That is very rare.
There are many animals that cannot carry the rabies virus, including birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish and invertebrates. Only mammals can carry the rabies virus; of these, the least likely to carry the rabies virus would be the marine mammals.
No, only mammals carry rabies.
No. Birds cannot carry rabies.