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reddish brown North American marmot

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Despite being a likeable guy and a hard worker, Ground Hog was ineffective because of one fatal flaw--he was inconsequential.
The problem we will run into with groundhogs is a lot of times there will be stuff in your garden that is more enticing to the ground hog than anything you can put in the trap.
It was a ground hog The Ferret missed, not a hog you get bacon out of," Bear Breath said.
Ben III never stopped using his grandfather's woodfired ground hog kiln.
The never-changing cycle of drought, famine, and food delivery has become an annual event, reduced almost to the level of the emergence of Punxsutawney Phil on Ground Hog Day.
The ground hog may have seen his shadow, but balmy weather persists in New England, and the arrival of Magic Hat hiPA confirms it.
These items accommodate long-range enthusiasts in stationary settings, such as prairie dog or ground hog hunters.
For those of us not fortunate enough to have the Western Wood-Pewee singing it's Lenten and spring song in our woods, we love our first sighting of that round ball of fur on the snow, which indicates the ground hog has declared spring.
This Ground Hog Day experience was endlessly repeated and, for all I know, is still going on right now.
I AM a corporal in the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers currently experiencing Ground Hog Day in Kuwait.
When the weather got warmer, they paddled their canoe four miles down the Ground Hog River and then walked.
The Radius Ground Hog Rake has an unusual round head which gathers the fallen leaves into a ball, ready for collection.
I recall in my younger days a ground hog expedition where I traveled some distance, snuck upon the furry rodents and whacked the first one.
Many have watched the decimation of their hard earned portfolios evaporate as if they where watching a Ground Hog Day version of the movie 'How Enron Was Mismanaged'.
Except that this warm fuzzy feeling was somewhat spoilt by the Ground Hog Day element of having to have the same conversation over and over again.