"Is about either inches long, and the tail one-third as long; its color is grayish-brown, marked with white rounded spots above; the color beneath is white. It lives solitary in burrows in the earth; feeds on grain and seeds, and frequently causes great destruction to the crops." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Souslik

"Is about either inches long, and the tail one-third as long; its color is grayish-brown, marked with…

"The leopard spermophile is one of the most beautiful of all striped species of spermophile. It resembles the chipping-squirrel in size and appearance, but exceeds the pretty creaure in the splendor of its skin. The general color is bright reddish-brown, but along the back are deep brown stripes, each row having a row of square white spots running through it." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Leopard Spermophile

"The leopard spermophile is one of the most beautiful of all striped species of spermophile. It resembles…

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.

The Spiny Rat (Echimys cayennensis) is a rodent in the Echimyidae family of spiny rats.

Guyenne Spiny Rat

The Spiny Rat (Echimys cayennensis) is a rodent in the Echimyidae family of spiny rats.

The common European Squirrel.

Squirrel

The common European Squirrel.

An illustration of a squirrel wearing a robe and holding a candle standing near a four poster bed.

Squirrel Wearing Robe and Holding Candle Near Bed

An illustration of a squirrel wearing a robe and holding a candle standing near a four poster bed.

"Is about the size of the European squirrel, being nearly ten inches in length. It is grayish-brown, with four white longitudinal bands along the bkac. It inhabits Northern Africa, and lives on the palm trees." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Barbary Squirrel

"Is about the size of the European squirrel, being nearly ten inches in length. It is grayish-brown,…

"Resemble the common squirrels, with a lateral membrane similar to that of the Pteromys. By means of this they make enormous leaps, sometimes nifty yards or more, from tree to tree, usually at first decending, and then rising and alighting in the manner of birds about to terminate their flight." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Flying Squirrel

"Resemble the common squirrels, with a lateral membrane similar to that of the Pteromys. By means of…

The Smoky Flying Squirrel (Pteromyscus pulverulentus) is a species of rodent in the Squirrel (Sciuridae) family.

Smoky Flying Squirrel

The Smoky Flying Squirrel (Pteromyscus pulverulentus) is a species of rodent in the Squirrel (Sciuridae)…

The American Flying Squirrel (Sciuropterus volucella) is a small rodent in the Sciuridae family of squirrels.

American Flying Squirrel

The American Flying Squirrel (Sciuropterus volucella) is a small rodent in the Sciuridae family of squirrels.

The Fox Squirrel (Sciurus niger) is a rodent in the Sciuridae family of squirrels. The black fox squirrel is found in the east or southern region of North America.

Black Fox Squirrel

The Fox Squirrel (Sciurus niger) is a rodent in the Sciuridae family of squirrels. The black fox squirrel…

The Eastern Gray Squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) is a tree squirrel native to eastern United States.

Eastern Gray Squirrel

The Eastern Gray Squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) is a tree squirrel native to eastern United States.

A tree squirrel.

Gray Squirrel

A tree squirrel.

"The largest species of the genus, being the size of a cat. A part of the body above is brilliant red and a part intense black; the under parts are of a bright yellow." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Malabar Squirrel

"The largest species of the genus, being the size of a cat. A part of the body above is brilliant red…

"It is about as large as our red squirrel; the tail rather longer than the body; the fur soft and beautiful; the color gray above and white beneath." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Sugar Squirrel

"It is about as large as our red squirrel; the tail rather longer than the body; the fur soft and beautiful;…

"A sub-genus of squirrels. They have a more lengthy cranium, with cheek-pounches, and are at least partially carth-burrowers and dwellers in the ground, besides certain peculiarities in their dentition and in the formation of the ears and tail, they may fairly be regarded as a constituting a genus by themselves." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Palm Squirrels

"A sub-genus of squirrels. They have a more lengthy cranium, with cheek-pounches, and are at least partially…

"A small, pretty, mouse-like animal, about three inches long, having a rostrated or beak-shaped snout, wth a long prehensile tail. It lives on insects and the nectar of flowers, and is found in the Swan River country, Australia." — S. G. Goodrich, 1885

Rostrated Tarsipede

"A small, pretty, mouse-like animal, about three inches long, having a rostrated or beak-shaped snout,…

The Northern Red-Backed Vole (Myodes rutilus) is a small mammal in the Cricetidae family of rodents.

Northern Red-Backed Vole

The Northern Red-Backed Vole (Myodes rutilus) is a small mammal in the Cricetidae family of rodents.

"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." — 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 woodchuck.

Woodchuck

A woodchuck.

A blind mole rat native to the eastern regions of Europe and parts of Asia. Fur is soft and of a brown tone.

Zemni

A blind mole rat native to the eastern regions of Europe and parts of Asia. Fur is soft and of a brown…