Long-eared jerboas are jumping mouse-like rodents with long hind legs and gigantic ears - one third larger than their head!  The are native to Mongolia.

Jerboas - Long-legged, hopping desert rodents

Long-eared Jerboa: "The Mickey Mouse of the desert" - mouse-like rodent with a long tail, long hind legs for jumping, and exceptionally large ears. The jerboa, found in the deserts of Mongolia and China, is listed as endangered on the IUCN Red List.

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PATAGONIAN MARA ~ This animal is a relatively large rodent, found in parts of Argentina. This herbivorous, somewhat rabbit-like animal has distinctive long ears, and long limbs, and its hind limbs are longer and more muscular than its forelimbs.

The Patagonian Mara is a large rodent that lives in southern South America. The species is listed as Near Threatened due to habitat loss and hunting.

The Patagonian Mara is a large rodent that lives in southern South America. The species is listed as Near Threatened due to habitat loss and hunting.

The Capybara, a large rodent native to South America, is capable of running as fast as a horse | Images by Zoo Berlin

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Bush Dog, aka "vinegar dog" or "vinegar fox" - a canid from Central and South America. Their prey are paca, agouti, capybara, and all large rodents.

The Bush Dog is native to Central and South America. They have webbed toes that allow them to swim efficiently, and their primary habitats are lowland forests and wet savannas.

The world’s largest rodent species, the capybara, sometimes called the giant guinea pig, comes from parts of South America and can grow up to 1.3 meters in length.

The world’s largest rodent species, the capybara, sometimes called the giant guinea pig, comes from parts of South America and can grow up to meters in length.

The maras (Dolichotis) are a genus of the cavy family. They are the sole representatives of the subfamily Dolichotinae.[1] These large relatives of guinea pigs are common in the Patagonian steppes of Argentina but live in other areas of South America as well such as Paraguay. Maras are the fourth largest rodent in the world, after capybaras, beavers, and porcupines, reaching about 45 cm (18 in) in height.

Mara ~ These large relatives of guinea pigs are common in the Patagonian steppes of Argentina, but also live in Paraguay and elsewhere in South America. Maras are the fourth-largest rodent in the world, after capybaras, beavers, and porcupines

Capybara-- (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris) is a large rodent of the genus Hydrochoerus of which the only other extant member is the lesser capybara (Hydrochoerus isthmius). The capybara is the largest rodent in the world. Close relatives are guinea pigs and rock cavies, and it is more distantly related to the agouti, chinchillas, and the coypu. Native to South America, the capybara inhabits savannas and dense forests and lives near bodies of water. It is a highly social species and can be found

Capybara-- (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris) is a large rodent of the genus Hydrochoerus of which the only other extant member is the lesser capybara (Hydrochoerus isthmius). The capybara is the largest rodent in the world. Close relatives are guinea pigs and rock cavies, and it is more distantly related to the agouti, chinchillas, and the coypu. Native to South America, the capybara inhabits savannas and dense forests and lives near bodies of water. It is a highly social species and can be found

paca study 86. A paca is a member of the genus Cuniculus of ground-dwelling, herbivorous rodents in South and Central America. They are large rodents with dots and stripes on their sides, short ears, and barely visible tails.

paca study A paca is a member of the genus Cuniculus of ground-dwelling, herbivorous rodents in South and Central America. They are large rodents with dots and stripes on their sides, short ears, and barely visible tails.

Capybara: people can have them as pets! i want one..its a large rodent:)

one ate Lainie's wittle baby hat at the Belle Isle Zoo years ago!

Capybaras are large rodents that are native to South America. But now, there’s concern they may be establishing themselves as an invasive species in Florida.

Dog-Sized Rodents 'Capybaras' Invade Florida

A capybara crosses a fairway during a practice round for the Olympic golfers.

The Lowland Paca (Cuniculus paca), also known as the Spotted Paca, is a large rodent found in tropical and sub-tropical America, from East-C...

● Sweet :) - Lowland Paca (Cuniculus paca)), or spotted paca, is a large rodent found in tropical & sub-tropical America.

Tropical Butterfly House  04/11/12 The Patagonian mara (Dolichotis patagonum), is a relatively large rodent in the mara genus (Dolichotis). It is also known as the Patagonian cavy, Patagonian hare or dillaby.

Tropical Butterfly House The Patagonian mara (Dolichotis patagonum), is a relatively large rodent in the mara genus (Dolichotis). It is also known as the Patagonian cavy, Patagonian hare or dillaby.

A large rodent that looks sort of like a rabbit, sort of like a donkey. The Patagonian Mara lives in Central and Southern Argentina. Maras inhabit arid grasslands and scrub desert.

The Patagonian mara (Dolichotis patagonum), is a relatively large rodent in the mara genus (Dolichotis). It is also known as the Patagonian cavy, Patagonian hare or dillaby.

Lowland paca (Cuniculus paca)  The lowland paca is a large rodent found in tropical and sub-tropical America, from East-Central Mexico to Northern Argentina.

Lowland paca (Cuniculus paca) The lowland paca is a large rodent found in tropical and sub-tropical America, from East-Central Mexico to Northern Argentina.

These animals are found in South America and are large rodents - weighing up to 15kg and growing to 80cm long.   Pacarana - Endangered Animal - Vulnerable

These animals are found in South America and are large rodents - weighing up to and growing to long.

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