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Murmeltier by Michaela Pucher on 500px

Murmeltier by Michaela Pucher on 500px

Murmeltier by Michaela Pucher

Murmeltier by Michaela Pucher

"Marmot - 02" by AndreasResch.deviantart.com

"Marmot - 02" by AndreasResch.deviantart.com

Des #marmottes : l'animal emblématique de la #montagne

Des #marmottes : l'animal emblématique de la #montagne

Eight-year-old Matteo Walch is pretty much one of the coolest kids ever. He has built a unique friendship with a colony of Alpine Marmots which are notoriously shy creatures to begin with. It all started when Matteo's family started vacationing four years ago at Groslocker in the Austrian Alps. They would stay for two weeks at a time, during which Matteo would socialize with his newfound fuzzy friends.

Eight-year-old Matteo Walch is pretty much one of the coolest kids ever. He has built a unique friendship with a colony of Alpine Marmots which are notoriously shy creatures to begin with. It all started when Matteo's family started vacationing four years ago at Groslocker in the Austrian Alps. They would stay for two weeks at a time, during which Matteo would socialize with his newfound fuzzy friends.

Yellow-Bellied Marmots

Yellow-Bellied Marmots

Friendly marmot family

Friendly marmot family

Alpine marmots - Marmota marmotaThe Alpine Marmot, Marmota marmota (Rodentia - Sciuridae), is a stubby animal with short ears, a stout body and hardly any neck, a morphology adapted to the life of a burrower. The forelegs have 4 digits and the hind legs 5. All digits have strong nails. The retina of this rodent is totally devoid of rods and therefore unsuitable for night vision. It is also devoid of a fovea, giving the animal a visual acuity certainly better than that of other rodents, ...

Alpine marmots - Marmota marmotaThe Alpine Marmot, Marmota marmota (Rodentia - Sciuridae), is a stubby animal with short ears, a stout body and hardly any neck, a morphology adapted to the life of a burrower. The forelegs have 4 digits and the hind legs 5. All digits have strong nails. The retina of this rodent is totally devoid of rods and therefore unsuitable for night vision. It is also devoid of a fovea, giving the animal a visual acuity certainly better than that of other rodents, ...

Yellow-bellied Marmot - seen in Colorado

Yellow-bellied Marmot - seen in Colorado

Marmotton

Marmotton