RMA3146H–Serval cat hunting rodents in Masai Mara National Reserve Kenya East Africa The serval is about to leap
RMMC6MBT–DIVINATION - MYOMANCY. Divination by means of rodents, such as mice or rats. The young lady in this image is using a gerbil. The rodent is put into a maze, and the exit it chooses is taken as indicating an oracular response
RF2GG0TTF–Shown here are various types of rodents. From left to right, top to bottom, they are: European hamster, East Indian Striped squirrel, Woodchuck, Marmot, South American Capybara, South american Vizcacha, Beaver
RF2H854AF–Carrot roots damaged by rodents in the plantation.
RFAYP7RX–Sciurus vulgaris squirrel scoiattolo rodents roditori mammal mammiferi wood bosco primo piano Engadina Val Roseg Saint Moritz
RMBP7KYA–Fruit tree damaged by rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) and other rodents by eating the bark in winter
RM2DMDDPT–Foliate Arabesque with Rodents, Henri Salembier, French, 1753 - 1820, Brush, water color, gouache on vellum, Single scroll of a foliate arabesque, with four rodents shown climbing over the vines, and a snake curled about a tendril, beneath one rat. Copied motif from Raphael's Vatican loggia., Italy, 1650–1700, ornament, Drawing
RFKET3YH–Top view of rodents feed isolated on white
RMG0P2KM–A California ground squirrel (Spermophilus beecheyi) looks out to the Pacific Ocean from rocks at Morro Bay along the Central Coast of California, USA. These rodents often make their burrows in rocky outcroppings along the coast and are frequently seen by tourists who visit this scenic area of the state.
RFPCNJGJ–different rodents, beaver, dipodid, Chinchilla, Paca, alpine marmot, Marmota marmota, digital improved reproduction of an historical image from the year 1885
RFC51E0P–gundis are unusual rodents from north africa
RMR5HHG8–Tulip bulbs being planted in plastic pots to protect them against rodents.
RFDA2224–Prairie dog rodents feeding on grass. Animals in natural environment.
RM2HF08MM–Lampwork Murano style Art Glass Man Scared of Mice Rats or Rodents - MUSOPHOBIA - MUROPHOBIA - SURIPHOBIA
RF2J5BTB6–Solar powered mole repellent tool in greenhouse, between growing tomato plants, to protect the plant roots from destroying by underground rodents.
RMKD74TA–Man dressed as Pied Piper of Hamlyn protests outside Birmingham City Council office in Victoria Square about number of rodents caused by bin strike
RFHDNM7P–Close-up rodents food mix isolated on a white background
RMBHNC6J–Poisoned baited trap set to catch rodents and Squirrels in a wood in Oxfordshire England
RM2B5JE0X–rodent and rodents from General zoology, or, Systematic natural history Vol 2 Mammalia, by Shaw, George, 1751-1813; Stephens, James Francis, 1792-1853; Heath, Charles, 1785-1848, engraver; Griffith, Mrs., engraver; Chappelow. Copperplate Printed in London in 1801 by G. Kearsley
RFD8KC2N–Food for rodents
RMBHJ0PT–Sugar beet with teeth marks gnawed by rats and other rodents
RMDYDT4N–European roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) shed antler with teeth marks and gnawed upon by rodents for magnesium, calcium, minerals
RMG1DRJ0–Prairie dogs are herbivorous burrowing rodents native to the grasslands of North America
RFMNGKN6–Pile of dry compound rodents feed isolated on white
RMD7JHA6–Dutch rat catcher in natural reserve.
RFTRGR4J–Squirrels are members of the family Sciuridae, a family that includes small or medium-size rodents.
RMPCJ6PH–Black Tailed Prairie Dog, two youngs feeding, Northamerica, (Cynomys ludovicianus)
RF2GKB5MC–Hemp plant bed for rodents
RF2K9WEWA–Two adorable hamsters are sitting on the palm of a person. Small hamsters on the owner's hand. The muzzles are gnawing. Taking care of pets. Tame rodents.
RFW5D2GD–African ground squirrel (Xerus sp.). These rodents live in open arid areas of southern Africa where they feed on grasses, roots, seeds and insects. Th
RMEBXBXX–Old World harvest mouse (Micromys minutus), at panicle, Germany
RMKD74RY–Man dressed as Pied Piper of Hamlyn protests outside Birmingham City Council office in Victoria Square about number of rodents caused by bin strike
RF2JCXY98–Hamster nest close-up. Many small hamsters in grass nest. Newborn hamsters. Little rodents. Pets. Syrian hamsters. Very small blind hamsters. Reproduction and breeding of domestic animals. Rodent cubs
RFJRXTKC–Feeder with grain and cereal feed for rodents
RMDEJKBE–Brazil, Pantanal: Family of Capybaras (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris) entering in the water
RM2C2N658–Protect the tree from rodents
RMD7DYDX–Capybara (Hydrochoerus hydrochaeris) - The largest rodent in the world
RMW7P8AM–Grey squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) eating a Crab apple (Malus sp.) on a fruit laden branch, Hertfordshire, UK, November.
RMFKMDJ6–Shed antler of roe deer showing teeth marks and gnawed upon by mice, squirrels and other rodents for minerals and nutrients
RMG1DRHY–Prairie dogs are herbivorous burrowing rodents native to the grasslands of North America
RF2JWNF98–Top view of rodents grain snack bar isolated on white
RMD7JH8E–Dutch rat catcher in natural reserve.
RF2C796F3–Apodemus sylvaticus in wooden garden compost bin - Scotland, UK
RMPCJ6NK–Black Tailed Prairie Dog, young at den, Northamerica, (Cynomys ludovicianus)
RF2GKB140–Hemp plant bed for rodents
RF2K9WEWK–Gray hamsters are sitting in the hands of a man. Small, grayish hamsters in the owner's palms. Charming faces gnawing. Taking care of pets. Tame rodents.
RMCXRMGF–Chinese ferret-badger (Melogale moschata), rodents and songbirds are sold at the market as meat, town of Phansavan, Laos
RMEBXBXW–Old World harvest mouse (Micromys minutus), at panicle, Germany
RMKD74RR–Man dressed as Pied Piper of Hamlyn protests outside Birmingham City Council office in Victoria Square about number of rodents caused by bin strike
RF2JD2PX1–Hamster nest close-up. Many small hamsters in grass nest. Newborn hamsters. Little rodents. Pets. Syrian hamsters. Very small blind hamsters. Reproduction and breeding of domestic animals. Rodent cubs
RFJRXTM8–Feeder with grain and cereal feed for rodents
RFHRW1AC–Prairie Dog photographed up close. Prairie dogs (genus Cynomys) are herbivorous burrowing rodents native to the grasslands of North America. The five
RF2JMF9X6–A cabbage eaten by wild rodents in the organic garden
RF2H8P87B–Little herbivorous burrowing rodents in the grassland of the preserve park