Locals have reported finding deer and chickens ripped open, sometimes with none of the flesh eaten and sometimes with only the heart and liver missing.
Little is known about the squirrel, so it’s possible it drinks deer blood as locals say. But Andrew Marshall, a conservation biologist at the University of Michigan who is studying the squirrel, told Science Magazine, “I would be very surprised if it were true.”
It seems instead to prefer the nuts of the canarium tree. These nuts are so hard, researchers don’t know how the squirrel manages to chew them.
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