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Vancouver Island Marmots
Marmota Vancouverensis
Vancouver Island Marmots live on mountains that are on Vancouver Island. Burrows on hillsides and behind boulders are common spots for Marmot homes. Entrances are around 30 cm.
Habitat
Vancouver Island Marmots are herbivores and so they eat only plants. There diets vary depending on the season. There are over 50 different species of plants that they eat. Like . . . .
Food
There is a vast amount of predators that prey the Marmot including. . .
Predators
Grass . . .
Female Marmots can reproduce when they are 3 ,human, years old. There are usually 3 pups in the litter at a time. There is a 2 year interval between litters.
Reproduction
Eagles...
Badgers...
and Coyotes.
Marmots alert others of danger by calling in a high pitch whistle.
Fact
The disappearances of these Marmots are unexplained and confusing. People assume predators, uncooperative weather and human actions as suspects. Other than that, nothing else can be explained.
Why are they endangered?
Vancouver Island Marmots are considered "critically endangered" with an estimated 250 marmot population.
Fact
Unfortunately, the average human is unlikely to come across this rare creature in the wild, but if you happen to be in the high mountains on Vancouver Island this is how you identify them. Vancouver Island Marmots are usually brown in colour with a white muzzle. Most are the size of a large housecat.
How can I identify a V.I. Marmot?
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Rodentia
Family: Sciuridae
Genus: Marmota
Species: M. Vancouverensis

Taxonomy
Fact
Vancouver Island Marmots are related to squirrels.
During the 2010 Vancouver Olympics there were 3 mascots - and a sidekick. The sidekick was named MukMuk. Can you guess what animal MukMuk is?
Fact
A Vancouver Island Marmot!
. . .Flowers. . .
"The Vancouver Island Marmot - Canada's Most Endangered Species." The Vancouver Island Marmot - Canada's Most Endangered Species. N.p., n.d. Web. Sept.-Oct. 2012. <http://www.islandnet.com/~marmot/>.

"Vancouver Island Marmot Endangered Species Marmota Vancouverensis." Vancouver Island Marmot Endangered Species Marmota Vancouverensis. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Oct. 2012. <http://www.lodgingchannel.com/marmot/>.

"Vancouver Island Marmot: Natural History Notebooks." Vancouver Island Marmot: Natural History Notebooks. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Oct. 2012. <http://nature.ca/notebooks/english/vanmarm.htm>.

"Vancouver Island Marmot." N.p., n.d. Web. Sept. 2012.

"The Vancouver Island Marmot." The Vancouver Island Marmot. N.p., n.d. Web. Sept.-Oct. 2012. <http://www.tgmag.ca/envbrain/marmot.html>.

"Vancouver Island Marmot." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 17 Oct. 2012. Web. Sept.-Oct. 2012. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vancouver_Island_marmot>.
Bibliography
My action plan is to: first, fund more research missions. Then from there we can decide what to do. I will also support conservation efforts to help sustain this creature.
Action Plan
Marmots lose on average 1/3 of their
body weight during hibernation.
Fact
What can YOU do?
You can donate to the Toronto Zoo which currently has Vancouver Island Marmots.
. . . and forbs.
Vancouver Island Marmot
Tiger Lily
Coyote
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