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The American pika, a relative of the rabbit, is usually found at high elevations.
In Zion, as maximum temperatures in the summer have risen, the heat-intolerant American pika, a tiny mammal related to rabbits, has disappeared.
The common dishes are red rice, barbecue ribs, tinaktak, kadun pika, kelaguen, eskabeche, pancit, japchae, potato salad, poke, lumpia, adobo and of course, the military-menu staple, Spam.
An animal, probably a pika, had eaten about a dozen quarter-sized holes into Kostanich’s shirt.
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Origin and Etymology of pika
First Known Use: 1827See Words from the same year
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