Here is a small family drawing of some pet, or fancy, rats! Fancy rats are no wild animal. They've been living with humans as pets for so long. They're friendly, affectionate, can learn tons of tricks, and can be litter trained! They bite less than hamsters and guinea pigs, and love being around humans and other rats. They actually always have to be in groups or pairs as without another rat friend to do rat stuff with they will become ill and very depressed. They still love human companionship! When happy, they 'brux', grinding their teeth. They might even boggle! Boggling is where their eyes sort of seem to wiggle when they brux.
Here is a sheep and some goats that I've drawn recently. The black goat and the brown sheep are domestic, and the white ram is a wild mountain goat. All three are in the same clade, or group, ungulates! Other members of the clade include hippopotamuses, horses, deer, and pigs. They all share one specific trait- having hooves! Humans have been domesticating all sorts ungulates ever since agriculture began, so now we have cows, sheep, and goats.
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