Black-tailed prairie dogs create one of the world's most extensive burrow networks. Prairie-dog towns can stretch more than 64,000 square kilometers (25,000 square miles) and have more than 400,000 individual members.

Photograph by Joe Enenbach, MyShot
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A burrow is a tunnel or hole that an animal digs for habitation (a place to live) or as a temporary refuge (a place of protection).