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- 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.