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700 pounds of wood. Plain and simple. 🍪0
Depends on the size of the woodchuck I suppose...
I've never actually had that figured out till now lmao...
probably 9 inches
The Associated Press in 1988, which reported that a New York fish and wildlife technician named Richard Thomas had calculated the volume of dirt in a typical 25–30-foot (7.6–9.1 m) long woodchuck burrow, and had determined that if the woodchuck had moved an equivalent volume of wood, it could move "about 700 pounds (320 kg) on a good day, with the wind at his back". Another study, which considered "chuck" to be the opposite of upchucking, determined that a woodchuck could ingest 361.9237001 cubic centimetres (22.08593926 cu in) of wood per day.
None. They are idle bastards. Even if you put the wood right in front of their burrow they will just barely push it out of the way.
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