According to the MSPCA, certain kinds of rats burrow underground. In residential areas, the most common of these is the Norway rat. Their burrows are found next to buildings, fences, sidewalks, patios, sheds and decks. More »

Some animals that live underground are worms, moles and prairie dogs. Worms and moles live underground full time, while prairie dogs and chipmunks do spend time above ground. More »

Rabbit burrows, also called rabbit holes, have a main entrance surrounded by a mound of dirt that leads into an often complex series of underground chambers. There can also be additional entrances without mounds. Rabbits... More »

Being mammals, rats use a very similar method to humans when it comes to reproduction. Unlike humans, however, rats can breed much quicker because the gestation period of a female is roughly 21 days. More »

Rodents that burrow include chipmunks, ground squirrels, kangaroo rats and voles. Prairie dogs and woodchucks are larger burrowing rodents that create holes that range from 3 to 8 inches in diameter. Woodchuck burrows te... More »

Goats are usually purchased from goat farms where breeders raise and sell them. Some 4H or other farming groups have goat sales that may have a wider variety of breeds available. More »

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Many animals make their home in the desert, including bighorn sheep, scorpions, ostriches, kangaroo rats, echidna and camels. Certain animals are only present in specific deserts. More »