The Life of Animals | Jerboa | This animal is an animal might be a very step we meet because it involves an animal steps. its tiny and unique also is very funny, even only in the place of certain habitats such as deserts, mountains and of course, far from human settlements, want to know? The following report

Several rodent tails are very rare, Jerboa, yesterday appeared to them on Mount Flames (Huoyanshan) in the city of Turpan, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, China. As reported by Xinhua a rare creature is enough to attract visitors and residents in the region. The article. Rodent is in a state endangered and entered the red list. Strange desert creatures are also successfully captured some people who see it in that location.

Jerboa which in scientific language is characterized by the naso-called Euchoreutes long ears with the shape and size similar to mice, but has a similar shape of the hands and feet as well as long-tailed kangaroo. Scientists from the Zoological Society of London (ZSL), Jonathan Baillie stated that the length of the small animals are helping researchers to learn about the mysterious Jerboa. This species is quite rare.

The animals are hard to find this ever filmed in the Gobi desert during an expedition led by Jonathan Bailie. Until now, these creatures proven difficult to study. Therefore, small shape, her life at night, and environmentally harsh desert life well lived day-to-day.

Jonathan adds Jerboa is indeed amazing animals. A little hair on his legs almost like snow shoes, which helps them among desert. Then their big ears help them become keen on hearing what was happening around him. Average body length of these animals reached 70 mm (2.8 inches) to 90 mm ​​(3.5 inches). While the long tail doubled between 150 mm (5.9 inches) up to 163 mm (6.4 inches).

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