yellow bellied marmot in vancouver

Do Marmots Hibernate?

Marmots hibernate in underground burrows for about eight months of the year. While they are inactive, these animals burn stored fat and slow their vitals to survive. In preparation for winter, marmots cover their tunnel entrances with dirt and plants to hide from predators. The critters emerge in the spring to mate and begin the …

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