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Family Heteromyidae meaning in Urdu

Family Heteromyidae Synonym

Family Heteromyidae Definitions

1) Family Heteromyidae, Heteromyidae : چھوٹا چوہا : (noun) small New World burrowing mouselike rodents with fur-lined cheek pouches and hind limbs and tail adapted to leaping; adapted to desert conditions: pocket mice; kangaroo mice; kangaroo rats.


Useful Words

Pocket Mouse : چھوٹے چوہے , Gerbil : ریتیلے مقامات پر پایا جانے والا چھوٹا جانور , Jumping Mouse : ایک قسم کا چوہا , Grasshopper : ٹڈا , Fossorial Mammal : کھدائی کرنے والےجانور , Chipmunk : دھاری دار گلہری , Cursorial : سبک پا , Fossorial : کھدائی کے لیے موزوں , Anuran : مینڈک , Guenon : چھوٹا افریقی بندر , Kangaroo : ایک خاص قسم کا آسٹریلیا میں پایا جانے والا جانور , Pecker : مضبوط پنجے والا پرندہ , Mouse : چوہا , Aegypiidae : گدھ , Isopod : ایک قسم کا کیڑا , Finch : گانے والی چڑیا , Dipodomys Ordi : ایک قسم کا چوہا , Hip : پیڑو , Mousetrap : چوہے کو پکڑنے کا آلہ یا پنجرا , Honey Buzzard : کیڑے کھانے والا باز , Polyoma : رسولی پیدا کرنے والا وائرس , Diplococcus Pneumoniae : ایک جرثومہ , Family Tamaricaceae : ریگستانی جھاڑی اور درخت , Accustomed : مانوس , Coney : خرگوش , Suitable : موزوں , Unsuitable : نامناسب , Domestic : پالتو جانور وغیرہ , Prehensile : پکڑنے کے قابل , Carnassial : گوشت کاٹ ڈالنے والے دانت , Draft Horse : بوجھ کھینچنے والا گہوڑا

Useful Words Definitions

Pocket Mouse: any of various small nocturnal burrowing desert rodents with cheek pouches and long hind legs and tail.

Gerbil: small Old World burrowing desert rodent with long soft pale fur and hind legs adapted for leaping.

Jumping Mouse: any of several primitive mouselike rodents with long hind legs and no cheek pouches; of woodlands of Eurasia and North America.

Grasshopper: terrestrial plant-eating insect with hind legs adapted for leaping.

Fossorial Mammal: a burrowing mammal having limbs adapted for digging.

Chipmunk: a burrowing ground squirrel of western America and Asia; has cheek pouches and a light and dark stripe running down the body.

Cursorial: (of limbs and feet) adapted for running.

Fossorial: (of limbs and feet) adapted for digging.

Anuran: any of various tailless stout-bodied amphibians with long hind limbs for leaping; semiaquatic and terrestrial species.

Guenon: small slender African monkey having long hind limbs and tail and long hair around the face.

Kangaroo: any of several herbivorous leaping marsupials of Australia and New Guinea having large powerful hind legs and a long thick tail.

Pecker: bird with strong claws and a stiff tail adapted for climbing and a hard chisel-like bill for boring into wood for insects.

Mouse: any of numerous small rodents typically resembling diminutive rats having pointed snouts and small ears on elongated bodies with slender usually hairless tails.

Aegypiidae: in some classifications considered the family comprising the Old World vultures which are more often included in the family Accipitridae.

Isopod: any of various small terrestrial or aquatic crustaceans with seven pairs of legs adapted for crawling.

Finch: any of numerous small songbirds with short stout bills adapted for crushing seeds.

Dipodomys Ordi: most widely distributed kangaroo rat: plains and mountain areas of central and western United States.

Hip: the structure of the vertebrate skeleton supporting the lower limbs in humans and the hind limbs or corresponding parts in other vertebrates.

Mousetrap: a trap for catching mice.

Honey Buzzard: Old World hawk that feeds on bee larvae and small rodents and reptiles.

Polyoma: a virus the can initiate various kinds of tumors in mice.

Diplococcus Pneumoniae: bacterium causing pneumonia in mice and humans.

Family Tamaricaceae: family of desert shrubs and trees (mostly halophytes and xerophytes).

Accustomed: (often followed by `to') in the habit of or adapted to.

Coney: any of various burrowing animals of the family Leporidae having long ears and short tails; some domesticated and raised for pets or food.

Suitable: meant or adapted for an occasion or use.

Unsuitable: not meant or adapted for a particular purpose.

Domestic: converted or adapted to domestic use.

Prehensile: adapted for grasping especially by wrapping around an object.

Carnassial: (of a tooth) adapted for shearing flesh.

Draft Horse: horse adapted for drawing heavy loads.

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