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Glostopcat 12 255 2 England
3 Jan 2012 10:59PM
An unusual piece of behaviour superbly recorded on camera

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saeidNL 8 3 Netherlands
3 Jan 2012 11:12PM
What lovely capture,very well done,
4 Jan 2012 8:55PM
Beautiful shot! Very strange behaviour I have to agree. I think that he might be sharpening or cleaning his/her teeth rather than actually eating it.

barbarahirst 9 27 12 United Kingdom
5 Jan 2012 6:24PM
What a wonderful tail
rambler Plus
9 950 16 England
7 Jan 2012 10:04AM
Thanks to everyone who has voted or commented on this series of wildlife. Having checked with the British Wildlife Centre they confirm that the antlers do provide calcium for the squirrels especially when they have kittens. They are also serve to keep there teeth down. Pieces of antler are also placed in the mice and vole enclosures for the same reasons.

LOvely to see a red squirrel and enjoying itself, well done. xx

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