[ d͡ʒɜːbˈə͡ʊəz], [ dʒɜːbˈəʊəz], [ dʒ_ɜː_b_ˈəʊ_ə_z]
How to use "Jerboas" in context?
Jerboas or jerboa is a small rodent found in the Middle East that gets its name from Josephus, the first-century Jewish historian. These small rodents are characterized by their long tail, which they use as a rudder to help steer while in flight. They are also known for their agile and nimble hands and feet, which help them traverse tricky terrain.
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