The prairie dog is also known as the woodchuck or whistle...
<div>The prairie dog is also known as the woodchuck or whistlepig.</div>
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<div>Groundhogs that live in the wild eat succulent green plants, such as dandelion, clover, and grasses.</div>
<div>Scientific name: Marmota monax</div><div>Mass: 8.6 lbs</div><div>Trophic level: Omnivorous</div><div>Gestation period: 32 days</div><div>Length: 16 in.</div>
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<div>Groundhogs are true hibernators, entering a deep sleep in October and emerging in early spring. During hibernation, a groundhog's temperature drops from 99° F to 40° F, and its heartbeat slows from 80 beats per minute to 5. During this time, groundhogs survive on the fat reserves that they accumulate from their hefty summer and fall diets.</div>
<div>Groundhogs are found in the majority of central and eastern United States, as well as in parts of Alaska and Canada.</div>
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