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Old 05-25-2013, 07:59 PM   #16
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Is a woodchuck harmful?

Originally Posted by benali View Post
I have a woodchuck (also sometimes called a groundhog) living in a burrows underneath my back porch. I know that they eat vegetation (like your garden if they can get in) -- but other than that, are they harmful?

If not, I'm inclined to just let him live there. (It's fun to watch him).

Any contrary advice or opinions?

Thank you.
Well that depends on how much wood they can chuck if they could chuck wood

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