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  • noun Plural form of woodchuck.

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Examples

  • Many species of marmots, including some known as woodchucks and groundhogs, are found across North America.

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  • Many species of marmots, including some known as woodchucks and groundhogs, are found across North America.

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  • Many species of marmots, including some known as woodchucks and groundhogs, are found across North America.

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  • Many species of marmots, including some known as woodchucks and groundhogs, are found across North America.

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  • Also known as woodchucks, groundhogs are rodents of the marmot genus.

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  • Also known as woodchucks, groundhogs are rodents of the marmot genus.

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  • In hibernation, groundhogs, also known as woodchucks, lower their metabolism, temperature and heart rate, said Zervanos, emeritus professor of biology at Penn State Berks.

    The Daily Collegian Online - News

  • But University of Illinois research shows that groundhogs, also known as woodchucks and marmots, are pretty good at keeping their snouts under cover.

    The News-Gazette Local Stories

  • The district contends that the pudgy rodents, also known as woodchucks - or whistle-pigs in the South - need uninterrupted hibernation from early November through February and into March.

    News & Observer: Home Page

  • The district contends that the pudgy rodents, also known as woodchucks - or whistle-pigs in the South - need uninterrupted hibernation from early November through February and into March.

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