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Dan I do not have a clue, I don't know who your little citizen is...but to show you my good intentions, I am attaching this photo of a pika! They like to live in the rocks, and they whistle!

When I lived on Mt. Baker, in the Cascade Mountains of Washington State, I would see these little fellows often and I liked them. As I was searching for the photo, my heart sank because it appears they are now becoming endangered. :(

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Clue: The animal I posted is a "marsupial". The marsupials are the animals carry their young on pouch after giving birth.

I learned that Pika is distinctly related to hares and rabbits. Below is the Himalayan pika.

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Rooster got it, a wombat! 

Oh Dan the Himalayan pika is so precious...I am still amazed how sometimes species so closely related are found at such distances across the Earth. Marianne loves plants and I can still recall comparing notes with her, the similar plants native to both North America and Europe...

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I have no idea. Looks kind of like the big grey squirrels we have up here and they are big!

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It is an animal from Australia. The ones which carry their young in pouch.

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Kind of a guess as I slightly recognize that animal. Is it a wombat? 

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Yes, it is a wombat. Do you know about it before?


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Yes, I've seen them before in my travels.

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I have never seen them.

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Rooster got it. :)

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