How to Pronounce ortygan?

Correct pronunciation for the word "ortygan" is [ˈɔːtɪɡən], [ˈɔːtɪɡən], [ˈɔː_t_ɪ_ɡ_ə_n].

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"Ortygan" in context

Ortygan (also known as Mus musculus domestica) is a domesticated species of the house mouse which was developed in Europe during the Middle Ages. As a domesticated rodent, ortygans are primarily kept as companion animals and as lab animals to study genetics and disease.

Ortygans are small rodent-like mammals that belong to the family Muridae of the order Rodentia. They have small, triangular heads and long tails and range in size from 6 to 9 inches including the tail. The fur of an ortygan can range from light brown to light gray and can be short or long haired.

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