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A gopher, also known as a "pocket gopher" (family Geomyidae), is a burrowing rodent native to North America and Central America.
Gopher may also refer to:
- Some species of ground squirrels (tribe Marmotini) of North America, particularly those formerly classified as Spermophilus, are informally referred to as "gophers"
- Gopher tortoise (genus Gopherus), distributed in North America
- Gopher wood, of unclear meaning, mentioned in the Bible as the building material for Noah's ark
- Gopher Plant or Paper Spurge (Euphorbia lathyris)
- Gophers!, a British children's television programme
- "Gopher", real name Burl Smith, a character on TV show The Love Boat
- Gopher (Winnie-the-Pooh), a character in Walt Disney's Winnie The Pooh franchise
- The SA-13 "Gopher", or 9K35 Strela-10, a Soviet surface to air missile system
- Gopher (protocol), an early distributed hypertext protocol
- Minnesota, the "Gopher State"
- Minnesota Golden Gophers, University of Minnesota sports teams
- Gopher (train), a passenger train operated by the Great Northern Railway, USA
- Gofer, also spelled "gopher", an errand-runner
- Gopher Gang, early 20th-century New York street gang
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