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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmarmotmar‧mot /ˈmɑːmət $ ˈmɑːr-/ noun [countable]  a small European or American animal with fur and short front legs which lives under the ground
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marmotIn marmots, large ground-dwelling squirrels, for example, adult males are territorial and aggressive.My friend had a leopard skin and I had a coney seal with a mink marmot collar and cuffs.Maybe after a few thousand years of marmot for breakfast, dinner and tea they fancied a change.Visitors also can see coyotes, chipmunks, raccoons, marmots and vole.And then something happened to disturb the marmots.William didn't know why the fleas left the marmots for the rats.Because unlike the marmots, the rats had no resistance to the disease that the fleas carried.
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