Shrews, are small underground-dwelling rodents. Shrews, like voles, are not blind, and eat small insects and worms. A shrew can get from 5cm, to 2in.
Mice are fiesty little creatures that roam the earth.These creatures grow to be about 3-4 inches and weigh about 1/2 to 1 ounce. Mice live wherever they can find food and shelter. The ideal place for a mouse to live is a quiet, dark and warm environment. Mice usually eat green plant sprouts, seeds, insects, leaves and stems of plants. There are a lot of types of mice. The most common types are house mice, church mice and field mice.
Voles are small underground dwelling rodents, that are not blind. Voles can get to be 11cm long. Voles come in 3 main colors. Black, white, and grey. Voles eat mainly, small insects, and worms.
Hares live in underground burrows, in desert areas. Hares eat a variety of foods. Insects, carrotts, brocholie, and other vegatabels. Hares get to be 2 feet long. Hares have 1 to 3 babies a month.
Otters, are mainly water dwelling creatures, that live by the pacific ocean. They sometimes come on land to sun-bath. Like most water-dwelling or swimming rodents, otters dont migrait. Female otters have from 1-3 new-born a year. Otters mainly eat clams and other ocean bottom shellfish.
Badgers, are fierce fighting mamals. Most badgers are found in underground burrows that they dig. Badgers are large also. Badgers can get from 2-5 feet long. Badgers eat a variety of small mamals.