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Numerology information Degu:
Name Number: 1 Meaning: Individual, Masculine, Logic, Self, Active, Leadership, Initiative, Assertive
Definition funny of Degu:
A fuzzy little critter that resembles a cross between a gerbil and a chipmunk. this animal (rodent) also is related to the chinchilla species, and the cavies ( translation: guineapig). Always coming in the same brownish color.
"Ah! for crying out load! Will that fricken wheel stop squeaking!? Darn animal!"
Songs about Degu:
Akerra Ikusi Degu by Alan Lomax Collection from the Album Spanish Recordings: Basque Country: Navarre
Akerra Ikusi Degu by Oskorri from the Album The Pub Ibiltaria 11
Akerra ikusi degu by Groupe Vocal Présence from the Album Polyphonies Vocales en Pays Basqve
Akerra Ikusi Degu by Chorale Eresoinka from the Album Bakearen Ikurra
Akerra Ikusi Degu (Canción a 8 Voces Mixtas) [feat. Los Txistularis de San Sebastián] by Coro de Cámara del Orfeón Donostiarra from the Album ¡Boga-Boga!
Akerra Ikusi Degu (Play Back) by Oskorri from the Album The Pub Ibiltaria 11
Akerra ikusi degu - Nous avons vu le bouc by Choeurs Etorburu from the Album Euskal Abesbatza
Books about Degu:
Degus as Pets, a Complete Degu Care Guide by Susan Moore (Apr 11, 2014)
The Degu Diaries by Karen Croshaw (Mar 20, 2013)
The Degu - Good Pet Guide by magnet & steel (2012)
Degus (Barron's Complete Pet Owner's Manuals) by Sharon Vanderlip (Feb 1, 2001)
Degutopia's Guide to Degu Care by Chloe Long (Jul 28, 2013)
Degus by Alexandra Beißwenger (Feb 1, 2009)
Wiki information Degu:
The degu is a small caviomorph rodent that is endemic to the Chilean matorral ecoregion of central Chile. It is sometimes referred to as the brush-tailed rat, and is also called the common degu, to distinguish it from the other members of the genus...
Bridges' degu is a species of rodent in the family Octodontidae. It is found in Argentina and Chile, most typically in southern Chile. The species was named after Thomas Bridges, a Victorian botanist who sent specimens to the British Museum for...