Who is this rodent?

Degu
Guinea pig
Hamster
Gerbil
Most rodents have a tail, varying in shape and size. Usually it is long. Some­times there is a catch tail, as in a com­mon­er. Covering the tail of the fur can be lush - rodents living on trees usually have a fluffy tail - it can also be com­plete­ly bald. Some­times it serves com­mu­ni­ca­tion. The beaver strikes the water and the rats are rattled to make an alarm. In some species there is only a residual tail or they do not have it at all. The Syrian hamster has a short tail that does not even reach 1 cm.

Answers distribution

Degu
Guinea pig
Hamster
Gerbil
answers
flagSweden
0%
0%
91%
8%
12
flagAustria
0%
0%
80%
20%
10
flagthe United States
0%
13%
73%
13%
15
flagGermany
13%
6%
70%
10%
30
flagthe United Kingdom
7%
7%
69%
15%
52
flagPoland
10%
5%
68%
15%
3490
flagUnknown
10%
5%
68%
14%
651
flagthe Netherlands
10%
15%
63%
10%
19
flagItaly
9%
9%
63%
18%
11

Gender

men67%
women76%
Degu
10%
7%
Guinea pig
5%
4%
Hamster
67%
76%
Gerbil
15%
12%

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Author: Katarzyna Dąbrowska
Illustration: Roban Kramer
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