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The average life expectancy of a groundhog is six to eight years, but in the wild many only survive for two to three years. In captivity, groundhogs have been known to survive for 14 years. More »

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The best way to catch a groundhog is to use a live capture trap by mounting it over the groundhog's home hole or placing it near the hole, and then adding the bait inside. When the groundhog goes into the trap to get the... More »

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Unique aspects of Pennsylvania culture include the Pennsylvania Dutch people, the Groundhog Day celebration in Punxsutawney and the Mummers Parade in Philadelphia. Pennsylvania is also home to a wealth of historic sites,... More »

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Although the average lifespan of a humpback whale is debated, most research places their life spans at around 40 to 50 years. Humpback whales do not have teeth, so scientists can't use standard methods of testing age in ... More »

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A woodchuck and a groundhog are the same animal, according to National Geographic. They also are referred to as marmots and are members of the squirrel family. The scientific name for a groundhog is Marmota monax. More »

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To eliminate a nuisance groundhog, make your yard unattractive, watch the groundhog's patterns, set a trap, and camouflage it the trap to capture the groundhog. Once it's caught, relocate it at least 5 miles away. More »

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Kerosene, when properly stored, has a shelf life of two to five years. Adding a fuel stabilizer once a year should keep the kerosene in good condition indefinitely. More »

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