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Kangaroo rat - Wikipedia


Kangaroo rats, small rodents of genus Dipodomys, are native to western North America. ... They obtain enough water from the metabolic oxidation of the seeds they eat to survive and do not need to dr...

Kangaroo Rat Fact Sheet - Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum


Kangaroo rats eat seeds from a variety of desert grasses as well as mesquite beans. On occasion, some kangaroo rats will eat green vegetation and some ...

Kangaroo Rats - DesertUSA


All about the Kangaroo Rats, little, seed-eating rodents of the genus Dipodomys - - their scientific names, common names, description, behavior, range, habitats ...

What eats a kangaroo rat - Answers.com


Kangaroo rats are primarily granivores (seed-eaters). They eat seeds from the desert grasses in their habitat. They also eat plant parts such as leaves, stems, ...

What do kangaroo rats eat? | Reference.com


The majority of kangaroo rats eat mesquite beans and a variety of seeds from desert grasses. The seeds they eat include those from creosote, bush, purslane,  ...

Kangaroo Rat | Desert Rat - Wild Republic


Kangaroo rats feed mostly on grass seeds, but will also eat leaves, stems and sometimes fruit if available. They have pouches on the sides of their mouths that  ...

Desert Kangaroo Rat - Dipodomys deserti - Blue Planet Biomes


The kangaroo rat is a very cute little critter that kind of looks like a mini kangaroo, but is as big ... The kangaroo rat mostly eats seeds, leaves, stems and insects.

Kangaroo Rat - Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument (U.S. ...


Kangaroo Rats are mostly seed eaters, eating mostly mesquite beans and grass seeds. Occasionally the Kangaroo Rat can be seen eating small insects.

Kangaroo rat Facts - SoftSchools


Major threat to the survival of kangaroo rats is habitat loss due to increased human activity. Certain species ... They occasionally eat insects. Kangaroo rat is  ...



Kangaroo Rat Facts - A list of information on this amazing North American desert animal ... They have individual chambers for eating, sleeping and storing food.