Black-tailed prairie dogs are affectionate burrowing dwelling rodents once commonly seen in the grasslands and prairies of the Western United States. They lived in family groups and greet each other by a prairie dog kiss or nuzzle. Their burrows are intricate enginneering feats resulting in a many room structure with listening rooms, bedrooms, food caches, nursery room and toilet rooms.
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