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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