Re: [Herpetology Central] Fwd: SMALL MAMMALS
- Dear Dr. Ahmed,
I am please to here some sense of real concern, if not be with the herps, atleast on the mammals. I am more particular of the "conservation" aspect of the species, which you had mentioned in your mail, since they all forms part of a delicate ecosystem. Though, I am not sure how can I help, but I guess if you need some inputs on other small mammals, I have references to share which is based on current and past researches done in my country..
"Dr.Syed.S. Ahmed" <akif1999@...> wrote:
--- In AntiPoachers@yahoogroups.com, "Dr.Syed.S. Ahmed"
May God bless all of you!
I had created a group "Small Mammals" .Rodents(mice, rats, hamsters,
guinea pigs, beavers, muskrats, porcupines, woodchucks, chipmunks,
squirrels, prairie dogs, marmots, chinchillas, voles, lemmings),
lagomorphs(rabbits, hares, pikas)&insectivores (shrews, moles and
hedgehogs) are generally considered as small mammals.The small
mammals are very important.They are a major part of the animal
kingdom food chain.Without them many other animal species may not
exist.Many of them are also endangered.In this group you can take
active participation for small mammal conservation
Dr.Syed Shehzad Ahmed
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