Vancouver Island Marmots Essay by Master Researcher

Vancouver Island Marmots
An ecological assessment and preservation strategies for Vancouver Island Marmots.
# 87317 | 900 words | 4 sources | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Biology (Zoology) , Biology (Ecology) , Canadian Studies (Misc.)

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This paper identifies the Vancouver Island Marmot (Marmota vancouverensis) and its ecological status. It describes the Marmot, its habitat and its habits. The paper then stresses potential reform strategies that can be used to increase the number of existing marmots.

From the Paper:

"Ecological Assessment and Preservation Strategies for Vancouver Island Marmots Introduction The Vancouver Island Marmot (Marmota vancouverensis) is regarded as the most endangered animal in Canada. The animal is unique to British Columbia and the only surviving population is found on Vancouver Island. This paper identifies the Vancouver Island Marmot and its ecological status and stresses potential reform strategies to use to increase the number of existing marmots. The Vancouver Island Marmot The Vancouver Island Marmot is a small mammal weighing between 2.5 - 7 kgs and is a herbivore. Most Vancouver Island Marmots are brown with pale coloration around the jaw and variation in coloration on the chest and the extremities of the paws."

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