Is the weasel a rodent?
No, weasels are members of the Carnivora order, which are predatory meat-eating animals. Rodents are a group of gnawing, mostly omnivorous mammals, with their own Order, Rodentia.
No. Weasels are members of the order Carnivora. Rodents have their own order of Rodentia. Therefore, their families are also different. weasels are members of the family Mustelidae, and rodents have a number of different families within their order.
No specifically a badger is a mustelid, a member of the weasel family along with ferrets, wolverines, and otters. They are all carnivores, like a feline (cat) or a canine (dog), but felines, canines, and mustelids are all carnivores yet the three groups are unrelated.
No, European polecat ferrets are not rodents. Ferrets are technically closer to dogs.Eu
Stoats are a carnivorous mammal that belongs to the weasel family.
1. Ferrets are NOT rodents.2. Snakes are NOT rodents.3.YES,Rodents are cannibals.DO NOT DIS FERRETS
The ferret is a carnivorous (meat eating) mammal of genus Mustela of the Mustelidae family including the domestic ferret and an endangered species, the Black-footed Ferret. For hundreds of years, the main use of ferrets was for hunting, or ferreting. With their long, lean build and inquisitive nature, ferrets are very well equipped for getting down holes and chasing rodents and rabbits out of their burrows. Rodentia is an order of mammals also known as… Read More
A capybara is the largest rodent. A beaver like creature that only lives in South America. It can grow to be 4 ft. in length and 2 ft. in height.
The mongoose is in the sub-order of cats, the ferret is in the sub-order of dogs, under the carnivore family. Rodents are in the rodent family. The ferret is not related to either the mongoose or rodent
Black footed ferrets are not rodents. They are actually small carnivores called mustelids. Mustelids, including black footed ferrets, actually hunt small animals like rodents for food.
all rodents have incizor teeth that never stop growing so they always need something to qnaw on.
Rodents are small and are mamals. They always live on the ground. The largest rodent is the Capybara.
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The koala is not a bear or a rodent, it is a marsupial mammal.
yes, well I think it sais so in my science book.But stay away from them if you have them around your house.Just some freindly advice.They are deadly to some people.
yes they are of the rodent species. They are varments.
yes. all rodents front teeth never stop growing so a beaver is a rodent. The Beaver is the second largest rodent in the world.
No, it is not a member of the rodent Order. They belong to their own order, Hyracoidea.
No, wolverine is a mustelid not a rodent. Though different families, many mustelids do resemble overgrown rodents.
the biggest is a capbabery and it lives in Africa
no a horse is not a rodent
Yes! They have backbones.
A rodent is an animal with two sharp, constantly growing incisors. These teeth are kept short by gnawing. Rodents include rats, mice, hamsters and gerbils. They are mostly very small, although the biggest rodent is the capybara, which can grow to up to 4.3 feet. Canine ancestors may be a rodent or rodent related.
Yes, it is a member of the rat family.
No. A peccary, or javalina, is in the order Artiodactyla which includes pigs, cattle and giraffes and the family Tayassuidae which is specific for peccary species. They are much more closely related to pigs and cattle than rodents. : Artiodactyla
Usually not. Most rodents are herbivore's. Although, some rodents like the occasional worm or insect.
Krill is a type of plankton - a tiny shrimp-like animal that lives in the ocean. It is not a rodent.
no they are mammals
No a rabbit is sort of a cousin to the rodents but is not a rodent
No, the bunny is not. Even though many people think it is, it is not. They are questioning weather a guinea pig is a rodent ether.
no, i dont think so.
No. Rodents belong to the Order "Rodentia" and the Hedgehog, of which there are about 5 Genera, belongs to the Order: Erinaceomorpha. P.S. Both Rodents and Hedgehogs are members of the Class: Mammalia, meaning they are both mammals. I hope that cleared things up for Maggay too. And hedgehogs are way way cooler
No, in fact they are small mammals.
No, it is not. It is a member of a mammalian family, within the order Carnivora, that includes coatimundis, cacomistles, and ringtails. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Procyonidae. Raccoons are distantly related to weasels (mustelids) and even more distantly to bears. Technically they are carnivores, although they will eat almost anything. Rodents are all members of the order Rodentia and are seed- or plant-eaters. Their only common classification with raccoons is within the class of Mammals.
Yes they are.
Sources differ on whether or not shrews are members of the rodent family. The more science-based sources indicate that shrews, although mouse-like in appearance, are not truly members of the rodent family, but are of the Insectivora family, just as moles and hedgehogs are.
Yes they are
Yes of course. Along with hamsters, mice, and all small animals.
No, it's a marsupial.
Yes. It has a backbone.
Strictly a consumer.
Yes,a hamster is a rodent,anything as small like thatisa rodent including guinie pigs,rats,and mice
If you're talking about the 70 pound pup, then no.
No a parrot is a species of bird.
no, its a marsupial