The Black-lipped pika Animal also known as the black-lipped pika, is a species of mammal in the pika family, Ochotonidae. It is a small diurnal and non-hibernating mammal weighing about 140 g when fully grown.
Black-lipped pika Animal Facts:
Length: 14-21 cm
Weight: 90- 210 g
Social unit: Group
Status: Least concern
This pika is sandy brown above and dull yellow-white on the underside, with a rust-hued patch behind the ear and a dark nose and lips. An extended family occupies each burrow system and members are sociable. In home some areas this pika is so numerous as to be considered a pest. Females can have up to 5 litters to 8 young per year, which are cared for by both parents.
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