Marmot Day in Alaska
Marmot Day in Alaska is held on February 2. This event in the first decade of the month february is annual.
Marmots are most active in the daylight hours.
The Alaska marmot is a large, ground-dwelling rodent. It is well-suited to digging. It is a black and white color. Sofer fur; it is also a white patch on the snout. In addition, the dorsal guard hair has a tri-colored banding pattern, feet are lighter in color, and the ventral color appears dark gray. The incisors are sharp and chisel-like and grow indefinitely throughout life, which is characteristic of rodents. The thumbs up of the limbs have a flat nail, The Alaska marmot is a hot-pitched warning signal.
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