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  1. El Día de la Marmota es una fiesta o costumbre tradicional (en inglés, Groundhog Day ). El Día de la Marmota es un método folclórico usado por los granjeros de Estados Unidos y Canadá para predecir el fin del invierno, basado en el comportamiento biológico de la marmota cuando sale de hibernar el 2 de febrero.

  2. Groundhog Day (Pennsylvania German: Grund'sau dåk, Grundsaudaag, Grundsow Dawg, Murmeltiertag; Nova Scotia: Daks Day) is a tradition observed regionally in the United States and Canada on February 2 of every year.

  3. Groundhog Day (Atrapado en el tiempo en España, El día de la marmota o Hechizo del tiempo en Hispanoamérica) es una película estadounidense de comedia fantástica de 1993 dirigida por Harold Ramis a partir de un guion de él y Danny Rubin.

  4. 2 de feb. de 2024 · Groundhog Day falls on February 2! Find out what the result means for gardening. Plus, learn about the ancient origins of this holiday, once named Imbolc (the midpoint between the winter solstice and spring equinox) and also celebrated as Candlemas.

  5. 11 de may. de 2024 · Groundhog Day, in the United States and Canada, day (February 2) on which the emergence of the groundhog from its burrow is said to foretell the weather for the following six weeks. In the United States the most popular event occurs in Pennsylvania and centers on a groundhog designated Punxsutawney Phil.

  6. 2 de feb. de 2012 · The first official Groundhog Day celebration took place on February 2, 1887, in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. The annual ritual has roots in pre-Christian traditions and was brought to the U.S....

  7. 2 de feb. de 2023 · The groundhog — arguably the most famous member of his species and the most recognizable of all the country's animal prognosticators — did what he has done for the last 138 years: search for a...