What Does a Woodchuck Look like?

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A woodchuck is a burrowing rodent, common in eastern and northern America. It has short legs, a heavy set body and grizzled brown fur. They are typically 40-65cm long and weigh 2-4 kilograms.
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Woodchuck
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Rodentia Family: Sciuridae Genus: Marmota Species: Marmota monax
Woodchucks are a type of marmot, and are also known as groundhogs. The name woodchuck comes from a Cree Indian word, wuchak, used to identify several different animals of similar size and color, including other marmots... More »
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Well, they aren't very big, about the size of a small dog. There fur is usually ringed with lighter colors like yellow and white, on top of the brownish all over color. Interestingly
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The woodchuck-or groundhog is 16-27 in. long and has short, powerful
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Well, they aren't very big, about the size of a small dog. There fur is usually ringed with lighter colors like yellow and white, on top of the brownish all over ...
Well, they aren't very big, about the size of a small dog. There fur is usually ringed with lighter colors like yellow and white, on top of the brownish all over ...
A woodchuck is also referred to as ground hog. They are generally found living underground in a burrow, or ever inside of trees, and other dark spaces. ...
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