The Chipmunk of Siberia (Chipmunks sibiricus), bouroundouk, Swiss (because of his coat calling back that of the Swiss guards), the rat of Korea or squirrel of Korea “is a species of squirrel, the family of Sciuridae, native of Asia and the only one of its kind in the Former world. This small ground rodent, who does not disdain to climb on trees, was sold in the European pet shops from the 1960s. Released in the nature, he establishes long-lasting populations outside his housing environment of origin there. This small squirrel in the hurt body distinguishes himself by far by the hooked back, marked with five black or dark brown lines, with the same width, in a brown coat cremate firing towards the red-haired person and mixed by grey. The body of an adult measures 13 to 15 cms without the tail for a weight from 70 to 125 g. The tail in bushy, very mobile panache, in a grey dominant tint with two side black lines on each side and the power plant. She measures from 10 to 11 cms and is of use to him as pendulum. Ears are small, mobile and rounded off, they are placed laterally, at the back of a flat skull on the top. The snout is lengthened and sharp, with liqueur brandies vibrisses. The Chipmunk of Siberia possesses big cheek pouches which allow him to transport of the food and which can reach the volume of its body when they are full. He consumes essentially seeds, dried fruits and buds of trees, but also mushrooms, bays, flowers.
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