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Why do woodchucks chuck dirt?

I saw on a site that woodchucks chuck dirt... why?

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Because woodchucks are burrowing animals in the rodent family, so they "chuck" dirt out of their burrows to build them :D..

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I thought a wood chuck would chuck wood.

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They want to

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Why aren't they called dirt chucks, then?

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I guess some farmer made up the name because he misinterpreted something..
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lol
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Their front legs are too short to handle a wheelbarrow.

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Because they would not, could not chuck wood...

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It was a sick joke

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