Yesterday when I was doing some gardening I found a small animal skull by the fence. I took some pictures of it as I couldn't identify the species. I sent it to a friend who I trust in matters of bone identification, and he thought it was a small dog. I left it on the picnic table while I tried to work out what to do with it. Today, I was reading on the porch and heard a clicky clicky clicky noise. I looked around the trees to see if it was a woodpecker, but it was coming from the picnic table. I crept up and watched a squirrel holding this skull in its hands and nibbling away clickety click. As I approached, it grabbed it in its mouth and ran off carrying it, then tried to bury it. Apparently squirrels love to nibble on antlers and bones for their teeth- I had no idea!
You come at the Queen, you best not miss.
Dr Markus wrote:
Someone in your line of work usually as their own man cave aka the shed we're they can potter around fixing stuff or something don't they?
Flower wrote:I just did a google search.