A prairie dog is a consumer because it feeds on other organisms. consumer=an organism that feeds on other organisms producer=makes energy for self
Five species of prairie dogs in North America are Utah prairie dog, Gunnison prairie dog, White- tailed prairie dog, Mexican prairie dog, and Black-tailed prairie dog that live in colonies.
Prairie dogs live in prairie dog homes.
yes a prairie dog a herbivore
the prairie dog ecosystem is hawks, ferrets, and other animals that hunt the prairie dog.
It's called a prairie dog because of its habitat, and its calling bark sounds like the bark of a dog.
No. The prairie dog, or marmot, eats plants.
a prairie dog is an herbivere
A male prairie dog is called a boar
A female prairie dog is called a sow.
A young prairie dog is called a pup.
How much baby prairie dog weigh
Prairie dog is a hervibore.
Prairie dog belongs to sciuridae family.
You cannot 'buy' a prairie dog.
No, the Prairie dog is more closely related to squirrels than dogs.
Simple, It makes a cry. and that is why they are called: Prairie dog.
No, a prairie dog is a species of ground squirrel - a rodent. They are called a dog because they have a bark they emit when excited.
a prairie dog is part dog and a ground squirrel has no life.
the mongoose and the prairie dog and the prairie chicken and the bison