Chipmunks are small members of the Sciuridae family, weigh between 1 and 5 ounces, and are about the size of a teacup. They resemble squirrels but live in burrows rather than trees, although some may take over abandoned ... More »

"Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel" begins with The Chipmunks performing in Paris, France, where they form a rivalry with three female chipmunks who record producer Ian hopes to use to get back at The Chipmunks. Th... More »

Chipmunks are small squirrels that live throughout much of the northern hemisphere. There are 25 species, all but one of which live in North America. Depending on species, they grow to be 7.2 to 8.5 inches long including... More »

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