C is for Chipmunks #atozchallenge

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A to Z April 2017  Challenge – Animals Birds & Insects Pantoum Poetry

4 April 2017  –  C is for Chipmunks

#atozchallenge  Photo CreditSiberian chipmunk, in South Korea

Chipmunks are small, striped rodents of the family Sciuridae same as squirrels.
Twenty-five different species of chipmunk living in the North American forests
Chipmunks have extensive underground burrows, can be more than 3.5 m in length.
Chipmunks burrow sleeping quarters are kept extremely clean

Twenty-five different species of chipmunks living in the North American forests.
Chipmunks have a diet primarily consisting of seeds, nuts, and fruit.
Chipmunks have extensive underground burrows, can be more than 3.5 m in length.
Chipmunks keep nut shells and feces stored in separate refuse tunnels.

Chipmunks have a diet primarily consisting of seeds, nuts, and fruit.
Their diet also consists of insects, small frogs, worms, and bird eggs.
Chipmunks keep nut shells and feces stored in separate refuse tunnels.
They commonly eat grass, shoots, and many other forms of plant matter.

Their diet also consists of insects, small frogs, worms, and bird eggs.
They can be considered pests because of eating cultivated grains and vegetables
They commonly eat grass, shoots, and many other forms of plant matter.
They have Cheek pouches which allow chipmunks to carry food items to their burrows

They can be considered pests because of eating cultivated grains and vegetables
They stockpile nonperishable foods like seeds and nuts for winter.
They have Cheek pouches which allow chipmunks to carry food items to their burrows
Their foods are kept in a larder in the burrows and they remain in their nests until spring.

They stockpile nonperishable foods like seeds and nuts for winter.
Eastern chipmunks produce litters of four or five young twice each year
Their foods are kept in a larder in the burrows and they remain in their nests until spring.
Western chipmunks breed once a year, within six weeks of birth they leave their burrows

Eastern chipmunks produce litters of four or five young twice each year
Chipmunks have extensive underground burrows can be more than 3.5 m in length.
Western chipmunks breed once a year, within six weeks of birth they leave their burrows
Chipmunks are small, striped rodents of the family Sciuridae same as squirrels.

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