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No. Woodchucks primarily eat wild grasses and other vegetation, and berries. They also eat grubs, grasshoppers, insects, snails and other small animals. The name woodchuck is unrelated to wood or chucking. It stems from an Algonquian name for the animal, wuchak.
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What does chucking wood mean?

The act of chucking wood is to "cut and stack wood to dry for burning". To be used for fire places, cooking on open fires, and wood stoves for heating.

How much wood is a chuck of wood?

First off, it is not a "chuck of wood." Second, a woodchuck can't chuck wood; it's scientifictly impossible to get the right answer. The original tongue twister goes: "How mu

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How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?

This is an American English language tongue-twister that is used to train children to master speech, set in a fun rhyme of alike sounding words. The answer given within the to

Do woodchucks chuck wood?

No but the question brings us this tongue twister: "How much wood  could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood"? In the  tongue twister, it says "'IF' a woodchuc

Who wrote how much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?

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What can you eat in the woods?

It depends on what type of forest you are in. In a temperate zone forest, depending on where you are, you can eat the following plants with preparation: Amaranth Arrowroot Asp

Can you eat wood?

Yes, it can be a highly nutritious and cheap food source. Sawdust is generally easier to digest than whole trees.