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?
did he smear something on the pumpkin in the area’s that he wanted them eat out
My guess would be peanut oil on the pumpkin.
Truly delightful. It is Amazing how well they did, isn’t it? SHErryrosern@yahOO.com
They put peanut butter on the pumpkin where they wanted the face….
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 …
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 …
Too damn cute!
Funny, if the rodents had skinny tails (rats) everyone would say how disgusting, and not cute, they are……
That’s very true. Nobody likes a hairless, pink, nasty tale. That’s why humans did away with them years ago.. 🙂
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 😀
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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