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Topic - Just for Hazelpad
Posted: November 16 2017 at 11:46am By EdwinSm,
Excuse my cultural ignorance, but what is it with all the squirrel posts?  Was there a film, or book, or tv show, or computer game that I missed that started it all?

Anyway, here is part of a serious article for bed time reading entitled "Killer Squirrel has World's Bushiest Tail"

Quote The tufted ground squirrel, Rheithrosciurus macrotis, is an elusive species living in the dense rainforests of Borneo. Few scientists have set eyes on this rare squirrel, currently listed as vulnerable, though according to folklore, the fierce squirrels have attacked and killed tusked deer called muntjacs to eat their stomach contents, liver, and heart. The squirrel waits on a low branch, then jumps on to the back of a passing muntjac and bites its jugular, forcing the larger animal to bleed out. A disemboweled deer or domestic chicken with none of its flesh eaten is a sure sign of a squirrel kill.


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ps I believe this squirrel is also called a Vampire Squirrel