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Prairie Dog

Biology Of Prairie Dogs, Species Of Prairie Dogs

Prairie dogs, or barking squirrels, are ground-dwelling herbivores in the genus Cynomys, in the squirrel family Sciuridae, order Rodentia. Prairie dogs are closely related to the ground squirrels, gophers, and marmots. Prairie dogs are widespread and familiar animals of the open, arid prairies, grasslands, and some agricultural landscapes of the western regions of North America.

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