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Baja California Rice Rat
Oryzomya peninsulae
RANGE: Mexico: tip of Baja California
HABITAT: damp land in dense cover
BODY: 9-13 in
TAIL: 4.5-7 in
Baja California Rice Rat
There are 100 species of rice rat, all looking much like the Baja California species and leading similar lives. They feed mostly on green vegetation, such as reeds and sedges, but also eat fish and invertebrates. They can become serious pests in rice fields and can cause severe damage to plants. They weave grassy nests on reed platforms above water level or, in drier habitats, excavate burrows in which they breed throughout the year, producing 7 young in each litter.
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Rat information compliments of Macmillan Illustrated Animal Encyclopedia
Rat illustration by Graham Allen

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