Baibak

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2023-07-18 Snargl 0 minute 0 second

What kind of animal is Baibak?

Baibak, or Babak, is a common name for a rodent species called bobak marmot (Marmota bobak).

It is a small, squat animal with a flattened head and a short, fluffy tail.

The color of its fur varies from tan to reddish-brown depending on the region.

This animal has strong legs and claws for digging burrows, where it lives in small family groups.

It is a diurnal animal, meaning it is active during the day and sleeps at night.

The baibak feeds on plants and hibernates in winter.

Its homeland is the steppes and grasslands of Eastern Europe and Central Asia.

It is also known for its loud whistle, which it uses to warn its relatives of danger or to communicate with them.

Baibak is considered a pest by some farmers, but also a weather forecaster by some traditions.

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Where does the Baibak live?

The Baibak is a common name for the steppe marmot (Marmota bobak), a large rodent that lives in the grasslands and steppes of Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
The Baibak is listed as a species of least concern by the IUCN, but its population is declining due to habitat loss, overhunting, and disease.

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