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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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The groundhog (Marmota monax), also known as a woodchuck, or whistlepig, is a rodent of the family Sciuridae, belonging to the group of large ground squirrels  ...

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Groundhogs, or woodchucks, are large rodents known for their burrowing habits and destructive behavior. Get to know more about groundhogs including what ...

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Feb 16, 2017 ... Groundhogs, also called woodchucks, are large rodents known traditionally as weather forecasters.

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Jan 13, 2011 ... The groundhog, also known as the woodchuck or the mouse bear (because it looks like a miniature bear ... Students and Nature Wildlife Facts ...

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Click here for more animal facts. Groundhogs are also known as woodchucks or whistle-pigs. They are rodents and are the largest animal in the squirrel family.

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Feb 1, 2017 ... A lot of us probably don't give much thought to groundhogs until February 2 rolls around each year, but here are some things you might not ...

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Phil the groundhog is a star! Well, at least on February 2 he is. Phil lives in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, where every Groundhog Day people wait for him to ...

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The groundhog, or woodchuck, is one of 14 species of marmots. These rodents live a feast-or-famine lifestyle and gorge themselves all summer to build up ...

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