Mystery (winter trees wild+animals ). Photo by WeatherWise
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Wednesday January 1, 2014

Danville, VA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Very Curious as to what critter might live here. Definitely burrowed on under this tree. Any ideas anyone?

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11:54 PM GMT on January 03, 2014
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4. nanapoo
5:26 PM GMT on January 02, 2014
A gnome!!! or a groundhog :) Let us know if he comes out!
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3. bobfromstl
3:05 PM GMT on January 02, 2014
A hobbit?
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2. gilg72
5:46 AM GMT on January 02, 2014
Mysterious & rather scary.
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1. Feather3
5:15 AM GMT on January 02, 2014
Skunk, fox, raccoon, O'Possum, weasel, squirrels, bobcat, badger... porcupine, and in Danville, VA, I guess it would be the most common of your burrowing mammals... or maybe a dog smelled something and dug that out after the other?
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