Came across these really, really fascinating #Marmots on the way to the Pangong Lake on our second day in Ladakh😍 They’re basically large sized squirrels mainly found in mountainous regions, and are rare! I was lucky to have socialised with a few❤️ I got even closer to them but couldn’t capture it, unfortunately! . . . . . . . . . .#marmot #squirrel #rareanimals #coupletravel #coupletravelgoals #couplegoalsmotivation #husbandgoals #hubbygoals ##ladakh #leh #lehdiaries #ladakhdiaries #lehladakhdiaries #ladakhtrip #ladakhtourism #travelbloggers #indiantravelblogger #wanderlusttribe #VisitIndia #IndiaTourism #exploreindia #incredibleindia #indiantourism #indiantravels #thrillophilia #tripotocommunity


Came across these really, really fascinating #Marmots on the way  to the Pangong Lake on our second day in Ladakh😍 
They’re basically large sized squirrels mainly found in mountainous regions, and are rare! I was lucky to have socialised with a few❤️ I got even closer to them but couldn’t capture it, unfortunately! .
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.#marmot #squirrel #rareanimals #coupletravel #coupletravelgoals #couplegoalsmotivation #husbandgoals #hubbygoals ##ladakh #leh #lehdiaries #ladakhdiaries #lehladakhdiaries #ladakhtrip #ladakhtourism #travelbloggers #indiantravelblogger #wanderlusttribe #VisitIndia #IndiaTourism  #exploreindia #incredibleindia  #indiantourism #indiantravels #thrillophilia #tripotocommunity
Came across these really, really fascinating #Marmots on the way  to the Pangong Lake on our second day in Ladakh😍 
They’re basically large sized squirrels mainly found in mountainous regions, and are rare! I was lucky to have socialised with a few❤️ I got even closer to them but couldn’t capture it, unfortunately! .
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.#marmot #squirrel #rareanimals #coupletravel #coupletravelgoals #couplegoalsmotivation #husbandgoals #hubbygoals ##ladakh #leh #lehdiaries #ladakhdiaries #lehladakhdiaries #ladakhtrip #ladakhtourism #travelbloggers #indiantravelblogger #wanderlusttribe #VisitIndia #IndiaTourism  #exploreindia #incredibleindia  #indiantourism #indiantravels #thrillophilia #tripotocommunity

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narvijayyadav

Narvijay Yadav (@narvijayyadav)

Lucky you. I couldn't find them this time despite waiting endlessly near their burrows. Generally tourists offer them biscuits, but I was advised to do not give them anything, as they tend to overeat and die. Sometimes the labourers who make the roads, fill water into their burrows and kill them for dinner. Because of such activities, Marmot population is decreasing drastically.

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    Karina Bedi (@styled_by_karina)

    @narvijayyadav that’s true and really sad! I read it too. Also, it’s clearly mentioned on the signboards not to feed them. People still give them packaged junk, which leads to health problems in the marmots. Their population has significantly decreased in Ladakh post the increase in tourism.
mamikjs

Mamik (@mamikjs)

@styled_by_karina Maybe they follow cutness otherwise They never comes close to humans .. they are really protective of their home.. lucky you 👌🏻

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