Squirrels Carve Face in Pumpkin!

Wait, did this squirrel just carve a face in this pumpkin? Worst part, she did a better job than my husband 😉  Can you explain to me how they got the squirrel to carve that? Any ideas?

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12 Responses to Squirrels Carve Face in Pumpkin!

  1. Michele says:

    did he smear something on the pumpkin in the area’s that he wanted them eat out

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  2. My guess would be peanut oil on the pumpkin.

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  3. Sherry Rose says:

    Truly delightful. It is Amazing how well they did, isn’t it? SHErryrosern@yahOO.com

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  4. Cindy says:

    They put peanut butter on the pumpkin where they wanted the face….

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  5. Best guess, they painted (and possibly injected) the pumpkin with a sugar glaze (or peanut oil) solution at the points where they wanted the squirrel to gnaw …

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  6. elkriverrancher says:

    My guess is, they either painted (or injected) the pumpkin with a sugar (or peanut oil) solution at the points they wanted the squirrel to gnaw … having rehabbed squirrels, and other critters, I can tell you most do have a sweet tooth …

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  7. Andrea Mount says:

    Peanut oil!

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  8. alanjryland says:

    Too damn cute!

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  9. Derp says:

    Funny, if the rodents had skinny tails (rats) everyone would say how disgusting, and not cute, they are……

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    • Sabbath says:

      That’s very true. Nobody likes a hairless, pink, nasty tale. That’s why humans did away with them years ago.. 🙂

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  10. It is cute! But I noticed that at 1:27, the top has already been cut into. Must have put something in the pumpkin for them to go “nuts” over it 😀

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  11. Ken Marguet says:

    If you watch closely they have two different pumpkins in the video. At 1;26 when the squirrel is on top you can see that the pumpkin has the top cut off but in the next shot it does not. It goes back and forth a few times from one with the top cut and then not cut. Also in a couple of the scenes the squirrel is eating the top of the pumpkin no where near where the face would be so I assume multiple pumpkins were used. Some camera tricks going on here along with something added to the pumpkin to get the squirrel to eat at it.

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