Questions tagged [rodents]

Mammals of the order *Rodentia*, which are characterized by a single pair of continuously growing incisors in each of the upper and lower jaws.

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Is there benefit of use of red light over dim white light when interacting with rodents in the dark phase?

I've come across some "percieved wisdom" that rats and mice do not "see" red visible light and so use of this wavelength will allow humans to interact with rats in their active nocturnal phase without ...
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Small mammal identification

Small skull found in Alberta, Canada. Do not know the region. Skull is about 17 mm in length. Trying to identify the species, narrowed it down to most like a species of vole but can't figure out which ...
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Which agricultural crops attract rodents?

Are there any data on rodent populations per acre of different types of agricultural crops?
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Why do my pets have eyebrow patterns?

I own roborovski hamsters and a duprasi. They both have little white “eyebrows” above their eyes. This is very cute, but I’m not sure what function it serves. I know humans have eyebrows to try and ...
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Is there still a convincing argument/evidence that adult neurogenesis does not exist/play an essential role in NON-Human Primates?

Adult neurogenesis in human-being is a debated topic, and will probably take several years to get resolved. I am under impression that it is relatively easier to settle the debate on non-human ...