Marmot's Den

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  • Title:  Marmot's Den
  • Description:  The Yellow Bellied Marmot's territory is about 4 to 7 acres around a number of summer burrows. Marmots choose to dig burrows under rocks because predators are less likely to see their burrow. There are three types of burrows: home, flight and hibernating. However, the same burrow can be used for all three. The yellow-bellied marmot spends approximately 80% of its life in a burrow. Marmots often switch burrows between seasons and females often move their young to a new burrow after birth. There is often a burrow plug during hibernation that is composed of fecal matter and dry grass.
  • Owner:  Artwestimage.com
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  • Added:  Nov 20, 2018
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