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2023-07-18 Snargl 2 minutes 36 seconds

Where does the Chipmunk live?

Chipper chipping on a piece of wood with its mouth open and hands folded out in front of it
Squirrel is on a log in the woods with sun shining through the trees and grass on the ground
Small chipper on a log in the woods looking at the camera with a smile on its face
Squirrel on a log in a forest with a sun shining through the trees behind it and a forest background
Chipper chipping on a log in the grass with its mouth open and its paw up to the ground
Small squirrel is on a log in the woods with mossy ground and trees in the background
Small chipmun is on a rock in the woods with its mouth open and eyes wide open
Chipmunks are small, striped, terrestrial squirrels with large internal cheek pouches.
They belong to the same family as squirrels and are native to North America.
There are 25 species of chipmunks in the world, and 24 of them live in North America.
The only species that does not live in North America is the Siberian chipmunk, which inhabits parts of Asia.

Chipmunks live in different habitats depending on the species.
They can be found in forests, woodlands, shrublands, deserts, tundra, and urban areas.
They prefer habitats that have a constant food supply and a low number of predators.
They also like habitats that have rocks, logs, and bushes that offer cover and a place to nest.

Chipmunks are active only during the day and spend most of their time foraging for food.
They eat seeds, nuts, berries, fruits, insects, worms, and sometimes small animals like frogs and birds.
They use their cheek pouches to store food and carry it to their burrows.
Chipmunks live in burrows that they dig underground or in logs and bushes above ground.
Their burrows have multiple entrances and chambers for storing food, sleeping, and nesting.

Chipmunks are solitary animals and only interact with other chipmunks during the mating season, which is usually in spring or summer.
The female chipmunk gives birth to two to eight babies after a gestation period of about a month.
The babies are born blind and hairless and stay with their mother for about two months.
After that, they leave the nest and become independent.

Chipmunks are important for the ecosystem because they disperse seeds, aerate the soil, and provide food for other animals.
They are also cute and lively and can be seen in many parks and gardens.
Some people even keep chipmunks as pets, but they are not easy to tame and require a lot of care and attention.

Example of the color palette for the image of Chipmunk

Picture with primary colors of Xanadu, Dark brown, Timberwolf, Apple Green and Earth yellow
Top 5 color shades of the illustration. Arranged in descending order of frequency of occurrence (first - more often, last - more rare).
See these colors in NCS, PANTONE, RAL palettes...
NCS (Natural Color System)
NCS S 4010-B50G
NCS S 6020-Y50R
NCS S 1502-G50Y
NCS S 2060-G50Y
NCS S 2030-Y30R
PANTONE
PANTONE 5555
PANTONE 420
PANTONE 7509
RAL Classic
RAL 7023
RAL 8011
RAL 9002
RAL 1027
RAL 1034
RAL Design
RAL 140 50 05
RAL 060 30 27
RAL 340 80 10
RAL 110 70 77
RAL 060 70 50
RAL Effect
RAL 770-6
RAL 330-4
RAL 870-1
RAL 250-3
RAL 290-1
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What does the Chipmunk look like?

Squirrel is standing on its hind legs in the snow near a tree and a branch with snow on it
Squirrel is on a mossy rock in the woods with trees and mossy ground in the background
Small chipper on top of a wooden log with its paws crossed and eyes wide open
Small chipper chipper on a rock in the grass with its mouth open and tongue out
Small squirrel is standing on a log in the woods
Chipmun is on a log and looking at the camera with a smile on its face and a tail
Small squirrel is standing on a rock eating something in its mouth and looking at the camera with a wide open mouth
Small Chipmunk on top of a wooden stump in front of a building at night time with a sky background
Small squirrel is standing on a log and eating a nut in the forest
A chipmunk is a small, striped rodent with large cheek pouches.

It has a reddish brown fur with five dark brown stripes running along its body, alternating with two gray-brown and two whitish stripes.

It has a furry tail that is not very bushy, and it has prominent eyes and ears.

A chipmunk is about 5 or 6 inches long, with a 4- or 5-inch-long tail.

It weighs about 3 or 4 ounces.

A chipmunk is active only during the day, and it lives in burrows, fallen logs, or holes under houses.

It is an omnivore that eats plants and small animals, such as seeds, nuts, berries, insects, and worms.

A chipmunk is a member of the squirrel family, and it is native to North America, except for one species that lives in Asia.

Example of the color palette for the image of Chipmunk

Picture with primary colors of Camouflage green, Seal brown, Corn, Pale mauve and Golden brown
Top 5 color shades of the illustration. Arranged in descending order of frequency of occurrence (first - more often, last - more rare).
See these colors in NCS, PANTONE, RAL palettes...
NCS (Natural Color System)
NCS S 4010-G50Y
NCS S 8010-Y10R
NCS S 0550-G80Y
NCS S 2010-R10B
NCS S 4040-Y10R
PANTONE
PANTONE 419
PANTONE 4735
RAL Classic
RAL 7003
RAL 8022
RAL 1016
RAL 7032
RAL 8001
RAL Design
RAL 090 50 10
RAL 000 15 00
RAL 095 90 59
RAL 040 70 10
RAL 075 50 58
RAL Effect
RAL 770-3
RAL 790-5
RAL 260-3
RAL 340-1
RAL 360-5
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