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Squirrel : 1, Rube Goldberg : 0

PaulyT

Behind the Curtain
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Administrator
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Superstar
:laughing-rolling: I wonder if that's really a wild (and persistent) squirrel? Or a pet they trained?
 

Flint

Dog Faced Pony Soldier
Superstar
They were demonstrating how squirrels could outwit common anti-squirrel devices to keep them away from bird food. That squirrel was trained over time and showed an amazing memory.

They also filmed a squirrel that learned to go through a cat door and find a tin of nuts hidden in a bookcase, take one or two nuts, recover the tin, place it back on the shelf, then leave through the cat without a trace.
 

Botch

I.Y.A.A.Y.A.S!
Superstar
Flint said:
They also filmed a squirrel that learned to go through a cat door and find a tin of nuts hidden in a bookcase, take one or two nuts, recover the tin, place it back on the shelf, then leave through the cat without a trace.
Man, I'd love to see that!
 

Rope

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If food is involved, squirrels will figure a way to get at it, guarnteed.

Rope
 
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