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Roadside Prairie Dog
Prairie Dog holes can be very close to the park's loop road.
Prairie Dogs can sometimes dig through the park road.
This Prairie Dog is ready for winter.
These Prairie Dogs are aware that danger might be close by.
Black-tailed Prairie Dog
The Black-tailed Prairie Dog lives in Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
Young Prairie Dog
This young Black-tailed Prairie Dog looks up from his hole to see if any predators are around.
You can hear Black-tailed Prairie Dogs comunicating with each other in Prairie Dog towns in Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
There are many Prairie Dog towns along the 36 mile loop road in the South Unit in Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
Five kinds of Praire Dogs can be found in North America.
The Prairie Dog doesn't drink water.
Visitors enjoy watching Prairie Dogs in Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
Last updated: August 1, 2014