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|Small rodent with soft grey fur and a long bushy tail
|Any small jumping rodent of the genus Dipus, esp. D. Aegyptius, which is common in Egypt and the adjacent countries. The jerboas have very long hind legs and a long tail.
|One of a breed of small dogs having long and thick hair and large drooping ears. The legs are usually strongly feathered, and the tail bushy. See Illust. under Clumber, and Cocker.
|A burrowing South American rodent (Ctenomys Braziliensis). It has small eyes and ears and a short tail. It resembles the pocket gopher in size,...
|Any one of numerous species of small rodents belonging to the genus Sciurus and several allied genera of the family Sciuridae. Squirrels genera...
|...imentary tail. Its head is broad, its eyes are small and its fur is brownish above, gray beneath. It constitutes the family Haplodontidae. Calle...
|The bushy tail of a fox.
|Small animal with a sting in the tail
|Small slender gulls with narrow wings and forked tail
|A fox; -- probably so named from its bushy tail.
|The bushy tail of a dog, as of a setter.
|A small European rodent (Eliomys nitela), allied to the dormouse.
|A small South American rodent (Octodon Cumingii), of the family Octodontidae.
|A small lemuroid mammal (Arctocebus Calabarensis) of Africa. It has only a rudimentary tail.
|A small wrenlike Australian bird (Stipiturus malachurus), having the tail feathers long and loosely barbed, like emu feathers.
|A large flying squirrel (Pteromys petuarista). Its body becomes two feet long, with a large bushy tail nearly as long.
|One of a small, hardy breed of horses, with long mane and tail, which originated in the Shetland Islands; a sheltie.