The animal which carried the palgue germs into over fifty countries.

Rat

The animal which carried the palgue germs into over fifty countries.

Rat.

Rat

Rat.

A class of rodent mammals belonging to the mouse family, but including only the larger species. A number of species have been described. They infest houses, barns, and ships.

Rat

A class of rodent mammals belonging to the mouse family, but including only the larger species. A number…

A rat with a top hat on.

Rat

A rat with a top hat on.

A child sitting on a barrel, listening to advice from a rat.

Rat Advice

A child sitting on a barrel, listening to advice from a rat.

A mole—rat having the eyes open, though very small, ears naked and very short, thumb rudimentary, tail short and hartially haired, and general fom robust.

Bamboo Rat

A mole—rat having the eyes open, though very small, ears naked and very short, thumb rudimentary,…

A brown rat eating a carrot.

Brown Rat

A brown rat eating a carrot.

A rat in a hawk's talons.

Hawk and Rat

A rat in a hawk's talons.

A common musk rat.

Musk Rat

A common musk rat.

A book name of the Cuban hutia&mdashconga.

Pilori Rat

A book name of the Cuban hutia&mdashconga.

Hapalotis Albipes. "Nearly the size of a rabbit, but of mouse-like form, and is chiefly found in New South Whales." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

White Footed Tree Rat

Hapalotis Albipes. "Nearly the size of a rabbit, but of mouse-like form, and is chiefly found in New…

"Of this genus Gervais makes a seperate family. The only species is the <em>R. Cernei</em>. This has but four toes on each foot, is nine inches long, has an elongated body, and a probosis nose covered with flexible hair. It is of a reddish-brown color, and is found in Mozambique." &mdash;Goodrich, 1885

Rhynchocyon

"Of this genus Gervais makes a seperate family. The only species is the R. Cernei. This has…

Two rodents, in what appears to be a barn.

Rodents

Two rodents, in what appears to be a barn.

"Schizodon fuscus...A genus of South American octodont rodents, related to Ctenomys" (Tuco-tuco). -Whitney, 1911

Schizodon

"Schizodon fuscus...A genus of South American octodont rodents, related to Ctenomys" (Tuco-tuco). -Whitney,…

Urotrichus Talpoides, a species of shrew.

Shrew

Urotrichus Talpoides, a species of shrew.

"Is about the size of a rat.. Their legs are of equal length, and terminate into five toes, which are armed with small claws, usually free, thugh not fequently united by a swimming membrane. Their nose is more or less produced, and the tail is elongated, usually tapering, covered with scales." &mdash;Goodrich, 1885

Shrews

"Is about the size of a rat.. Their legs are of equal length, and terminate into five toes, which are…

"Two and a half inches long, with a tail of nearly equal length. It is of a grayish-brown, with a black band running along the back." &mdash; S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Sminthus Loriger

"Two and a half inches long, with a tail of nearly equal length. It is of a grayish-brown, with a black…

Cayenne Echimys, or spiny rat. Has a stout body, thick muzzle, short ears, long tail, and ample hair.

Spiny Rat

Cayenne Echimys, or spiny rat. Has a stout body, thick muzzle, short ears, long tail, and ample hair.

"About five inches long, and covered with spines resembling bristles. It is called Tendrac by the natives of Madagascar." &mdash;Goodrich, 1885

Tendrac

"About five inches long, and covered with spines resembling bristles. It is called Tendrac by the natives…

"When dangers close our path, 'tis wise you'll see, to have more than one place to which to flee; to save himself this rat is poorly killed, his only hole is closed: he's caught, he's killed."&mdash;Barber, 1857

The Rat That Has But One Hole is Soon Caught

"When dangers close our path, 'tis wise you'll see, to have more than one place to which to flee; to…

Usually 8 to 10 inches long with a tail 2 to 3 inches in length, small eyes, rudimentary ears and a stout form.

Tucutucu

Usually 8 to 10 inches long with a tail 2 to 3 inches in length, small eyes, rudimentary ears and a…

"A short-legged, thickset animal, the body two feet long, the tail half an inch long. It lives in burrows and feeds on vegetables. It is covered with coarse hair of a sandy brown color; its eyes are small and lively. Its pace is shuffling and hobbling, like that of a bear. it has little intelligence, but its disposition is mild." &mdash; S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Wombat

"A short-legged, thickset animal, the body two feet long, the tail half an inch long. It lives in burrows…

An Australian marsupial with a broad nose. Feeds mostly on grass.

Wombat

An Australian marsupial with a broad nose. Feeds mostly on grass.

A wrench is a tool used to provide a mechanical advantage in applying torque to turn bolts, nuts, or other items designed to interface with a wrench.

Mechanical Wrench

A wrench is a tool used to provide a mechanical advantage in applying torque to turn bolts, nuts, or…