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Groundhog Day: Facts about Punxsutawney Phil You Never Knew

So today, on Groundhog Day, rodent meteorologist named Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow, signaling 8 muore weeks of winter. Fret none, according to the history books, Phil, the famous groundhogs  who lives in Pennsylvania has only been correct 18 out of 102 Times! Yikes! But we turn to him each time because of tradition. The first... Read More »
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