Although it’s not related to the Pikachu, the American pika is still still pretty cute!
Unfortunately, its habitat is changing. Pika live in high and cooler mountain regions and are sensitive to high temperatures. Several studies suggest that their populations are declining due to various factors, including climate change.
Learn more about how we’re managing conservation in a changing climate — and get details about how you can help: http://1.usa.gov/19Ps6Td
(Photo: Steve Torbit/USFWS)

Although it’s not related to the Pikachu, the American pika is still still pretty cute!

Unfortunately, its habitat is changing. Pika live in high and cooler mountain regions and are sensitive to high temperatures. Several studies suggest that their populations are declining due to various factors, including climate change.

Learn more about how we’re managing conservation in a changing climate — and get details about how you can help: http://1.usa.gov/19Ps6Td

(Photo: Steve Torbit/USFWS)

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