Order : Lagomorpha
Family : Ochotonidae
Animals in the family Ochotonidae
Facts about the family Ochotonidae, the pikas
Main Entry: ochotonidae ochotonidae is one of more than 1,000,000 entries available at Merriam-WebsterUnabridged. (Full text)
The Ochotonidae is found in Asia and the mountainous regions of North America. (Full text)
University of Michigan's Animal Diversity Web that contains complete information on the biology and anatomy of the pikas is found at http://www. (Full text)
The loss of local populations of pikas is especially troubling because most local extinctions of animals are driven by loss of habitat, Beever said.
Printouts The pikas is a small mammal that is also known as the cony and the "rock rabbit" (but they aren't really rabbits). (Full text)
Skeletal muscle in pikas is not used for sustained activities but is used in short bursts during foraging forays and predator avoidance. (Full text)
Professor Pikas is Professionally Qualified in the areas of marketing, general business and management courses.
yourYukon: Pikas are not picky eaters (Full text)
don't be embarrassed if you don't know what pikas are. (Full text)
Pikas are highly alert, possessing excellent hearing and vision. (Full text)
01: Pikas Pikas Pikas are small, yellow rodents.
Words on Back: Pikas are furry little creatures who live in rock piles high in the mountains of western North America. (Full text)
Mice are rodents; pikas arent.
Theyre especially diverse in North America and Eurasia, the only continents where pikas are found.
American pikas are smaller relatives of hares and rabbits, but have short, round ears. (Full text)
American pikas are typically found in rocky areas, called talus, within alpine regions of the western United States and southwestern Canada. (Full text)