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Synonyms for groundhog

reddish brown North American marmot

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Groundhogs are the largest members of the squirrel family, according to (http://animals.
Every year, rain or shine, the groundhog known as Punxsutawney Phil is pulled from his cozy home to make a prediction.
To keep them short and sharp, groundhogs need to gnaw.
No, there are no sporting goods for hunting groundhogs.
wait eagerly for the groundhog to come out of its burrow to predict the weather.
I'd rather have a skunk than a groundhog," said Pat Patterson of the Lane County Extension Service, when we called to inquire about groundhogs.
Best of all, prime time for hunting groundhogs is late spring and summer, when virtually all other hunting seasons are closed.
are proud of their town's name and the celebrity groundhog that lives there.
Groundhogs can decimate acres of soybeans, corn and other badly needed cash crops.
Groundhogs guarantee hot bowhunting action all summer.
You've probably heard the story: Groundhogs are supposed to come out of their burrows on Groundhog Day and look for their shadows.
In his book on nature lore, It's Raining Frogs and Fishes, Jerry Dennis tells us that the February shadows of groundhogs are probably the product of cold, clear, and stable air masses.
From that moment, a line of groundhogs over the years, which were all known as Phil became one of America's most revered groundhogs.
Groundhogs are usually peaceful loners, so it was a shock.