Long-Eared Jerboa - Euchoreutes naso
The Long-Eared Jerboas come from Mongolia and North Western China. They are predominantly nocturnal and are insectivores. They also possibly eat plants. They are thought to live similarly to other jerboas, which includes burrowing during the day. They are very adorable and have long powerful hind legs for jumping, and giant ears to cool them off.
Photo © Peter Romanow