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Cute Marmot Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: If you didn't know, Marmots are large rodents with characteristically short but robust legs, enlarged claws well adapted to digging, stout bodies and large heads. Some species live in mountainous areas, such as the Alps, northern Apennines, Carpathians, Tatras, and Pyrenees in Europe; northwestern Asia; the Rocky Mountains, Black Hills, the Cascade and Pacific Ranges, and the Sierra Nevada in North America; and the Deosai Plateau in Pakistan and Ladakh in India. ther species prefer rough grassland and can be found widely across North America and the Eurasian Steppe.They typically live in burrows and hibernate there through the winter. Marmots are highly social and use loud whistles to communicate with one another.

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