How large are groundhogs?
The average groundhog is 17 to 26 inches long with its tail and weighs from 4.5 to 9 pounds.
Groundhogs gain weight before they go into hibernation for the winter. Hibernation is a deep coma.
What is a baby groundhog called?
It is called a kit or a cub.
Kits are born in mid-April or May, and they come in litters of 2 to 6 kits.
Groundhogs live for 2 to 6 years.
What is this groundhog doing?
It is whistling.
Groundhogs whistle to warn other groundhogs about danger.
They also whistle in the spring to attract mates.