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For the largest North American squirrel, it's still pretty small; the last photo puts this into perspective. It has a spotted coat and often stands on its hind legs to emit a high-pitched “chip” when it sees a predator (in this case, humans!).
Spotted in the tundra at an altitude of about 3500' in Denali National Park during the summer time.
Siksik is the Inuit name.
Spotted on Jul 16, 2016
Submitted on Oct 7, 2019
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