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The Gopher, also known as the Pocket Gopher, is a small rodent that lives in Central and North America. They are best-known for their burrowing or tunneling behavior. Researchers recognize 35 different species, and place them all in the family Geomyidae. Their closest relatives are the kangaroo rat, kangaroo mouse, and pocket mouse.
Though many species exist, these rodents generally look quite similar to one another. Most weigh less than a pound, though some reach up to two pounds. They have small bodies, short legs, and short tails. Their coats are normally brown, black, or tan in color. Generally, they measure between six and eight inches long.
Woodland and grass prairies and from coastal to mountainous regions in their burrows.
High-pitched squeaks, but overall are generally quiet.
Plants and bulbs.