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Old 11-05-2018, 04:05 AM #21
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Remember when I said the squirrels amuse my dog....well here they are in action. Squirrel is in the feeder and the dog is going crazy cause the Mr squirrel isn't afraid of her....


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Old 11-20-2018, 03:09 AM #22
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I saw a squirrel eating another dead squirrel once. Had to do a double take cause I couldn't believe it. I've also heard of deer eating meat. It seems few things are 100% herbivorous or carnivorous.

Also, here's a squirrel drunk on fermented crabapples: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LAfKZUn9sZ0
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Before a year I was reading in a book about animals, that squirrels often eat little birds out of the nest. That was new to me. Squirrels have a cute and nice Image, but at last, they are wild animals.
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when we go small game hunting squirrel is always on the menu, roast a couple of 'em w/cream of mushroom soup. so tasty you'll forget that you're eating rat.......

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Also, here's a squirrel drunk on fermented crabapples: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LAfKZUn9sZ0

I recall once in highschool, I was in Algebra class, freshman year and I was staring out the 2nd story window watching this squirrel jump from branch to branch collecting nuts. He was eyeing up a branch that looked a bit far for him, he jumped at it, totally missed and just dropped out of the sky. I coudln't help but laugh and everyone thought I was crazy (or high, I was). Went and checked the ground after and there was no squirrel carcass so I'm assuming he was ok. Anyways, they're funny creatures till they dig up your garden. Here's one eating a donut.




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squirrel death by donut - perfect!
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Quick, hide your shit! That squirrels really a cop!
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I think it is taking the feathers for nest lining. They do eat meat though.

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