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FYI: The Squirrel and the Crow

Touching anthropomorphism or touching cannibalism? You tell me.

Comments

  1. #1 sss
    April 29, 2010

    Wow, that’s really interesting. I’ve never seen a squirrel do anything like that before. I wonder if the dead one was a sibling or an offspring.

  2. #2 nankay
    May 1, 2010

    That made my heart hurt.

  3. #3 djlactin
    May 4, 2010

    This one looks like its defending a food source. (it seems to stick its face into the meat a few times.) ground squirrels (I know this is a tree squirrel) often cannibalize their dead, sometimes with revolting conseqences. Once I was dirving along the highway and noticed some disturbance on the road ahead. When I arrived, I saw that it was a semicircle of dead groundsquirrels (one lane in radius, with the focus on the edge of the road), with more squirrels coming onto the road to eat the corpses and being squashed by vehicles. I estimate 50 to 100 cadavers.

  4. #4 Max-e
    May 15, 2010

    Interesting. I imagine that the crows won in the end, it is natures way of cleaning up

  5. #5 Max-e
    May 15, 2010

    Interesting. I imagine that the crows won in the end, it is natures way of cleaning up.

    On a lighter note:
    Question: Why did the squirrel cross the road?
    Answer: To visit its flat mate.

  6. #6 sikiş
    May 15, 2010

    This one looks like its defending a food source. (it seems to stick its face into the meat a few times.) ground squirrels (I know this is a tree squirrel) often cannibalize their dead, sometimes with revolting conseqences

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