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Sunday, 26 August 2012

Gopher

Gopher: is the common term for any of several distinct species of small burrowing rodents endemic to North America, including: the pocket gopher (family Geomyidae), also called true gophers; the ground squirrel (family Sciuridae); Richardson's ground squirrel; and species of prairie dog. Gophers weigh around 0.5 pounds (230 g), and are about 15 inches (38 cm) long in body length, with a tail 7 inches (18 cm) long. Their lifespan is normally 2–3 years (assuming no diseases or predation). Gophers dig tunnels and subterranean chambers, and are associated with the rodent order, Rodentia.

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