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    gulldurnit - now I've got a varmint

    At first I though this was the common Allegheny Woodrat (Neotoma magister).
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    But closer inspection reveals this to be an English Woodrat (Bigbuckicus spendicus).
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    Fortunately Gidget knows just how to handle such critters.
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    Much thanks to the premier Rodentologist Dave Richards for help in identifying the varmint.
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    Steve Clardy Guest
    Ever see a mouse with huge rear feet?

    Had those out in Kansas.

    Sheesh. Can't remember what we even called them now

    Kangaroo Mouse?

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    Steve Clardy Guest
    Yes. Thats them.

    Used to run across them when I worked in the irrigated corn, wheat fields.

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