Alpine marmot, is a stubby animal with short ears, a stout body and hardly any neck, a morphology adapted to the life of a...

libutron: “Alpine marmots - Marmota marmota The Alpine Marmot, Marmota marmota (Rodentia - Sciuridae), is a stubby animal with short ears, a stout body and hardly any neck, a morphology adapted to the life of a burrower. The forelegs have 4 digits.

The Vancouver Island marmot (Marmota vancouverensis) is one of the largest members of the squirrel family (about the size of a large house cat). Other members of the Sciuridae family include chipmunks, squirrels and woodchucks.

The Vancouver Island marmot (Marmota vancouverensis) is one of the largest members of the squirrel family (about the size of a large house cat). Other members of the Sciuridae family include chipmunks, squirrels and woodchucks.

Yellow Bellied Marmot (Marmota flaviventris) - Rocky Mountain National Park, CO

**Yellow Bellied Marmot (Marmota flaviventris) - Rocky Mountain National Park, CO Been learning about these bad boys in wildlife ecology!

˚Standing Marmot - Wyoming

A marmot stands curiously looking to its right in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming.

Animals del nostre entorn: Mamífers - La marmota

Animals del nostre entorn: Mamífers - La marmota

My own strategic retreat/ Is where two rocks almost meet,/ And still more secure and snug,/ A two-door burrow I dug./ With those in mind at my back/ I can sit forth exposed to attack,/ As one who shrewdly pretends/ That he and the world are friends...  from "A Drumlin Woodchuck", Robert Frost

The Groundhog (Marmota monax), also known as a woodchuck, whistle-pig, or…

Himalayan marmot (Marmota himalayana)  Rarity  Common /  Size 4-9kg / No of babies 2-11 / Longevity 15 years / Ferocity / Cuteness>

Himalayan marmot videos, photos and facts - Marmota himalayana

The Himalayan marmot is found in the Himalayan regions ranging in elevation from 300 to 4,500 metres. They can be seen in the Deosai plains in Pakistan and Ladakh in India. They are about the size of a large housecat, and live in colonies. Marmota himalayana is closely related to the woodchuck, the hoary marmot and the yellow-bellied marmot.

Playing with the Himalayan Marmots in Ladakh - Kunzum - We travel.

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