What is a group of groundhogs called?
While most marmots live in small family groups, the groundhog is a loner, and even a bit aniti-social. … Even though they live alone, groundhogs will use a shrill, whistle-like warning call, which gives them the common name whistlepig, and alerts all the groundhogs in the area of any danger, such as a low-flying hawk.
Are beavers dangerous?
The trademark sharp front teeth of both species pose a particular danger, as they are long enough to pass through limbs and cause significant bleeding. At least one beaver attack on a human is known to have been fatal: a 60-year-old fisherman in Belarus died in 2013 after a beaver bit open an artery in his leg.