Yellow-bellied marmot Rodent

The Yellow-bellied marmot Rodent, also known as the rock chuck, is a large, stout-bodied ground squirrel in the marmot genus.

 

Yellow-bellied marmot Rodent

Yellow-bellied marmot Rodent Fact:

Length: 47-70 cm

Tail: 13-22 cm (5-9 in)

Weight: 1.5-5 kg

Social unit: Group

Status: Least concern

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Adaptable in habitat, the yellow-bellied marmot takes a wide diet of grasses, flowers, herbs, and seeds. It feeds mainly in the morning and late afternoon, then grooms with others in its colony usually one male and several females. Its long hibernation lasts up to 8 months. The 4-5 young are weaned after 20-30 days.

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Yellow-bellied marmot Rodent Facts with Images

Yellow-bellied marmot Rodent

Yellow-bellied marmot Rodent Facts with Photos

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Yellow-bellied marmot Rodent Facts with Pictures

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Yellow-bellied marmot Rodent Images

Yellow-bellied marmot Rodent Photos

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Yellow-bellied marmot Rodent Pictures

 

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