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What is a squirrel's natural diet and how does it gets its food?
Squirrels are known for being food gatherers, they move from one place to another to look and gather foods. They may even go to your garbage bin, attics, kitchen, car seats as long as they smell something yummy then they will go and find their food that they need.
Squirrel's natural diet
These cute and furry rodents love to seek for food and most common food that they eat are the following;
• Crackers and more
Because squirrels adopt to live in the city they also adopt to the food found on it just to survive and hoard for the future.
Getting their food
This animal loves to gather food and hoard them as their supply, they look for food, gather them and collect it so they have foods to eat in times when they needed it. Squirrels don't usually pile their food in one place alone, they put their food in different places. If they have food in store they can rest on their nest for days. They can even store their food on the attic of your house, hollow of a tree or empty hollow of an animal.
Using their sense of smell
This rodent rely on their sense of smell when looking for food, yes they also use their sense of sight to find food but they mostly use their strong sense of smell to find their food. They can bury the food, but still finds it when they just sniff on the ground.
Usually squirrels forget where they store their food. If they see a food left by other animals or even by us humans, they tend to get that food and eat it. That is why they are scavengers.