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Posts tagged squirrel

December 25, 2013


The city's a complicated place. Squirrels need all the brain power they can get to survive.

Building Bigger Brains

Our presence could be causing the brains of non-human animals to grow.

July 12, 2010


Squirrel Tricks Stun Scientists

The common gray squirrel - with its exceptional mental and physical agility - is making biologists look twice.

January 7, 2009


Unlikely Hunting Partners

On the American plains, squirrels are the food of choice for both the coyote and the badger.

August 18, 2005


A New Rodent

Do you believe Big Foot exists? If Big Foot exists, then why doesn’t anyone have genuine proof? How could a creature so big manage to hide so well that humans can’t get a good glimpse of it, much less study it and classify it? Well, just that does happen frequently in nature.

November 19, 2004


Squirrel vs. Snake

How do squirrels react to predatory snakes? Find out on this Moment of Science.

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