Groundhog Day

Bing! 10 ‘Groundhog Day’ Facts to Celebrate February 2
Bing! 10 ‘Groundhog Day’ Facts to Celebrate February 2
“Then put your little hand in mine. There ain't no hill or mountain we can't climb...” OK campers, rise and shine, it's time for some ‘Groundhog Day’ facts to celebrate the best movie about the goofiest holiday! If you ever wondered why Phil Connors was stuck in a seemingly endless time loop, or exactly how much time he spent stuck living the same day over and over and over, we've got that, and a lot more for you, in the latest fuzzy installment of You Think You Know Movies!
7 Animals Besides Groundhogs That Can Predict the Future [PHOTOS]
7 Animals Besides Groundhogs That Can Predict the Future [PHOTOS]
Throughout history, people have believed that animals can make predictions about human fate. The results are often disappointing, but that hasn't stopped us from turning to them time and time again. And why not? Animals can do many things that we can't — like fly and live underwater. So why not assume they can see into the future too? Read the rest of Linda Lombardi's story from Vetstreet after
10 Things You Didn’t Know About Groundhog Day
10 Things You Didn’t Know About Groundhog Day
Groundhog Day was first celebrated on February 2, 1886 in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, but the legend of the groundhog's prognosticating prowess was first established a year later. A group of devoted followers went to Gobbler's Knob to spread word that the little rodent had special powers to determine the length of the winter. If the furry mascot emerges from its cave only to scamper back in withou