Identify rodents using AI

Below is a free tool to identify rodents. Just upload your image, and our AI will predict what rodent it is - in just seconds.

rodents identifier

For best results, try a close-up image.

How this identifier works

To start, upload your image. Our AI tool will then predict what rodent it is.

This pretrained image model uses a Nyckel-created dataset and is built with 2881 samples across 15 labels, including Mouse, Hamster, and 12 other labels.

We'll also show a confidence score (the higher the number, the more confident the AI model is of what rodent it is).

Whether you’re a tech-minded homeowner, just curious, or building rodents detection into your application, we hope our classifier proves helpful.

Need to identify rodents at scale?

Get API or Zapier access to this classifier for free. It's perfect for:



  • Pest Control Services: Pest control companies can use the classifier to quickly identify rodent species, allowing for more targeted and effective pest management.

  • Agriculture and Farming: Farmers could automatically detect and monitor any rodent infestations in their crops and storage centers, mitigating crop damage and losses.

  • Food Processing and Warehousing: Companies in the food industry could use it to maintain sanitary conditions, reducing the risk of contamination.

  • Healthcare Facilities: Hospitals could identify rodents in and around their premises, ensuring a clean environment for patients and staff.

  • Restaurants and Hospitality: Restaurants and hotels can benefit from early rodent detection to maintain a pest-free environment and prevent any negative customer experiences.

  • Public Health Departments: Government health agencies can use it to monitor and respond to rodent-related issues.

  • Urban Planning: City authorities could quickly identify rodent hotspots and plan effective rodent control measures.

Want this classifier for your business?

In just minutes you can automate a manual process or validate your proof-of-concept, all without having to bother the dev team.

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