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Golden-Mantled Ground Squirrels Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: The golden-mantled ground squirrel is native to western North America. This species occurs in forests, chaparral, meadow margins, and sagebrush, especially in areas with many rocks or forest litter that provides shelter. It is omnivorous, feeding on pine acorns, nuts, fungi, herbs and shrubs, many kinds of insects, eggs, carrion, lizards, and human foods when available. This species is distinguished from similar ground squirrels by a black-bordered white stripe down each side of the back.

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