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Effect of the groundhog

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The hero burrows underground to their destination.
The average groundhog, erhm ('Hero', ) has been estimated to move approximately 1 m3 (35 cu ft), or 2,500 kg (5,500 lb), of soil when digging a burrow.
Burrows usually have two to five entrances, providing groundhogs (again, 'Heroes') their primary means of escape from predators. Burrows are particularly large, with up to 14 metres (46 ft) of tunnels buried up to 1.5 metres (5 ft) underground, and can pose a serious threat to agricultural and residential development by damaging farm machinery and even undermining building foundations.
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