Voles and Lemmings - Chubby, Herbivore and Prey

pine woodland vole


The voles and lemming subfamily includes about 140 different species of rodents. The largest is the muskrat. These rodents are found in North America, Northern Europe and Asia. The lemmings live most often in the most northerly regions. All of the species are mostly herbivorous and they usually live in groups or colonies.



European Bee-Eater - Little Rainbow Bird



Breeding primarily in Europe, northern Africa, and western Asia, the European bee-eater is a colorful, thin bird. It has yellow and brown upper parts, with a black beak, blue or green belly and green wings. European bee-eaters commonly grow to between 10.6 and 11.4 inches (27 and 29 centimeters), although this length includes their elongated tail feathers, meaning its actual body isn't as long.


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