What Is a Pika?


Pika is a small burrowing mammal with short ears that is found in the rocky uplands of Asia and parts of North America. The animal looks similar to a guinea pig and is classified in Ochotonidae family in biology.
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American Pika
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Lagomorpha Family: Ochotonidae Genus: Ochotona Species: Ochotona princeps
The American Pika feeds on many species of green plants, eating some on the spot and, in late summer, when foraging may continue into evening, scurrying away with cuttings to boulders near its home. It spreads them to dry in the... More »
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A pika is a mammal that looks like a guinea pig. It is a part of the rabbit family. It has a short tail and limbs and likes to borrow into the ground.
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A pika is a small chinchilla like short-eared mammal kin to the rabbit, but looks like a hamster! They are also known as whistling hares, rock rabbits or mouse hares.
== Answer == It is a whistling hare, a coney or rock rabbitt that has the appearance of a hamster. Pika usually live in rocky terrain in the north. Most varieties of pika live in
According to World Wildlife, pikas can be found in rocky areas called talus. They can be described as alpine regions. The alpine regions in Canada for these pikas are from southern
Your answer is Ochotonidae (family) kingdom | Animalia (animals) phylum | Chordata (chordates) class
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