A foraging yellow-bellied marmot


A yellow-bellied marmot (Rodentia: Sciuridae: Marmota flaviventris) foraging in an alpine meadow. Recorded 08/06/2013 at Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado.

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About Jeremy Sell

Science and nature nerd.
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2 Responses to A foraging yellow-bellied marmot

  1. Mike Powell says:

    A wonderful little video. Now I can have a positive association with the term “yellow-bellied.” I seem to recall from the John Wayne movies of my youth that “yellow-bellied” was a pejorative expression, usually associated with cowardice.

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  2. navery101 says:

    What a curious little fellow!

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