Marmot: Pathfinder Pendant
Generosity, Kindness, Sensitivity, Loyalty
Marmots occupy shrub slopes and rocky outcrops of meadows and open habitats in western United States and Canada.
Marmots, sometimes called woodchucks, communicate through various screams and tooth chatter.
They are also called whistle pigs, as they warn each other with a shrill whistle whenever a predator is near.
Marmot burrows may be 3 feet deep, with many entrances and tunnels. Their hibernation burrows are often over 20 feet deep.
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