Collection of scaled drawings of Ili Pika in various poses

The Ili Pika (Ochotona iliensis) is a species of pika that is often described as a mix between a teddy bear and an Ewok. They are nicknamed the magic bunny. Ili Pikas are a species of pika native to northwest China and was first observed in 1983 by Li Weidong.

Currently its population is declining and considered to be endangered. There are less than 1,000 ili pikas left. The Ili Pika diet consists of grasses, herbs, and other mountain plants. The reason they are going extinct is related to disease, increased human activity, and climate change.

Ili Pikas have a shoulder height of 4.5”-5” (11.4-12.7 cm), body length between 7”-9” (18-23 cm), and an overall weight in the range of .3-.6 lb (150-250 g). The ears of an Ili Pika are 1.5”-2” (3.8-5 cm) in length. The typical lifespan of an Ili Pika is 3-4 years in the wild and up to 7 years in captivity.


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4.5”-5” | 11.4-12.7 cm
7”-9” | 18-23 cm
.3-.6 lb | 150-250 g
Ear Length:
1.5”-2” | 3.8-5 cm
Scientific Name:
Ochotona iliensis
3-4 years (wild); up to 7 years (captivity)


Drawings include:

Ili Pika side elevation (standing), front (standing)

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Lagomorphs are small to medium sized mammals that resemble rodents, which are their closest relatives. Lagomorphs have short tales and flaps of skin that meet behind their incisor to allow gnawing with the mouth cavity closed. All Lagomorphs are herbivores and feed on grasses and small plants.