par Corinne Ravier
Groundhog Day is a North American tradition celebrated every February 2. According to the tradition, if the groundhog (an animal that looks somewhat like a beaver) sees its shadow on February 2 when it leaves its hole, it will go back to its hole to hibernate and winter will last six more weeks. However, if it does not see its shadow, winter will end soon and spring will come quickly.
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