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Ground Squirrels:
Rock Ground Squirrel

The Rock Ground Squirrel is closely related to the California Ground Squirrel and very similar in size and body. Standing 10.5 inches tall, the Rock Ground Squirrel can be identified from other ground squirrels by its long bushy tail, large ears and grayish brown fur with white spots. 
Found in Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Southern Nevada, Utah, Colorado and Mexico, the Rock Ground Squirrel inhabits rocky areas as its name implies. They live in rocky canyons and rocky hillsides. Adaptable to its environment, the Rock Ground Squirrel will live along stone walls and freeways wherever there is food.
Prone to climbing, the Rock Ground Squirrel will stay close to its burrow obtaining needed water from nearby vegetation. They eat grasses, acorns, pine nuts, juniper berries, beans, cactus, fruit and the seeds of apples, cherries, apricots, peaches, pears and melons.

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