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Eating squirrels

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http://www.woodlands.co.uk/ Our 100th film! Before skinning and cooking it, Sean Collins describes the destructive nature of the grey squirrel and its effect on the native red squirrel. He also describes their effect on tree bark. In the next film he goes about skinning the squirrel


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aww, your shaking when you are peeling him like a banana.
I wish my little North America friend would have bit your face. man up you little bitch

sean Bishop

February 3, 2017

At least use correct grammar when trying to insult someone.

Michael Lopez

November 24, 2017

You are worst and a killer . I wish to kill you really

And dogs

Josh Cc600

September 6, 2018

Absolutely could! There are air guns that's hunt big game like deer

Josh Cc600

September 6, 2018

Yea i live in the southern united states and we have squirrels absolutely everywhere, you can manage to shoot a few but if you have woods near by then they just breed too fast, and a couple weeks later you'll find them in your garbage can again….

Douggie

January 10, 2019

It is well known since thirty years, that eating squirrels may cause brain damage like mad cow disease, scrapie, or Creutzfeldt -Jacob. Fatal after all.
Believe me, I am not joking. Just check it in the net.

Wilfried Schuler

February 22, 2019

Send the marines for them.

Have you ever heard that eating squirrel brain will cause something close to mad cow disease? Check the net. I am not joking.

Wilfried Schuler

February 22, 2019

Be prepared to die from mad cow disease. I am serious.

Wilfried Schuler

February 22, 2019

The squirrels will kill them with chronic wating disease, a kind of mad cow.

Wilfried Schuler

February 22, 2019


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