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Squirrel Facts: The Himalayan Marmot • The Himalayan marmot is found at higher altitudes than almost any other mammal on earth. This ground squirrel lives in parts of India, Nepal, Pakistan, Tibet, and southern China, at elevations ranging from 3500-5200 meters (11,500-17,000 feet). It is about the size of a small house cat, with chocolate-brown fur and yellow patches on its face and chest. Like most ground squirrels, Himalayan marmots live in colonies. The size of the colonies vary depending on the resources available. They typically inhabit high, arid meadows and steppes. They dig unusually deep burrows, probably to protect them during hibernation from the harsh conditions of the Himalayan winter. Himalayan Range Animal Head  Animal Themes Animal Wildlife Animals In The Wild Close-up Cold Temperature Day Mammal Marmot Mountain Range Nature No People Outdoors Sqirrels Pet Portraits
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Squirrel Facts: The Himalayan Marmot • The Himalayan marmot is found at higher altitudes than almost any other mammal on earth. This ground squirrel lives in parts of India, Nepal, Pakistan, Tibet, and southern China, at elevations ranging from 3500-5200 meters (11,500-17,000 feet). It is about the size of a small house cat, with chocolate-brown fur and yellow patches on its face and chest. Like most ground squirrels, Himalayan marmots live in colonies. The size of the colonies vary depending on the resources available. They typically inhabit high, arid meadows and steppes. They dig unusually deep burrows, probably to protect them during hibernation from the harsh conditions of the Himalayan winter. Himalayan Range Animal Head  Animal Themes Animal Wildlife Animals In The Wild Close-up Cold Temperature Day Mammal Marmot Mountain Range Nature No People Outdoors Sqirrels Pet Portraits
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Squirrel Facts: The Himalayan Marmot • The Himalayan marmot is found at higher altitudes than almost any other mammal on earth. This ground squirrel lives in parts of India, Nepal, Pakistan, Tibet, and southern China, at elevations ranging from 3500-5200 meters (11,500-17,000 feet). It is about the size of a small house cat, with chocolate-brown fur and yellow patches on its face and chest. Like most ground squirrels, Himalayan marmots live in colonies. The size of the colonies vary depending on the resources available. They typically inhabit high, arid meadows and steppes. They dig unusually deep burrows, probably to protect them during hibernation from the harsh conditions of the Himalayan winter. Himalayan Range Animal Head  Animal Themes Animal Wildlife Animals In The Wild Close-up Cold Temperature Day Mammal Marmot Mountain Range Nature No People Outdoors Sqirrels Pet Portraits
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