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Marmots

Marmots

In parts of Sequoia National Park (mainly Mineral King Valley), marmots who awake from their winter hibernation in late spring and early summer will feed on the radiator hoses of cars to get necessary minerals. So watch out for your car, and try to get chicken wire or something along those lines to protect your car from biting marmots.

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  • Written Dec 30, 2005
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