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Topic - Just for Hazelpad
Posted: December 07 2018 at 7:53am By WillobyBrat
As a serious matter concerning squirrels, I would like to point out that when we had global warming, after the dinosaurs went west, mammals of many types became sabre-toothed and gigantic until the ice age brought them down again. However they did not go fully extinct. Small extant cousins like the grey squirrel kept and nurtured their genes.

Far be it from me to spread alarm or worry, but we are going into a hot age again:

THEY COULD RETURN - 6-foot, sabre-toothed, demon-creatures with enlarged brains looking for world domination............................