This cute little squirrel has a pool repairman to thank for saving its life. When the little critter was found floating in a pool in Phoenix, Rick Gruber, the pool guy, resuscitated it back to life by performing a little bit of CPR. After a few minutes of pumping its lungs, the squirrel was breathing again.
This one does exactly what it says on the tin, folks. And yes, it is the best thing.
The Walking Dead wakes from its brief dirt nap tonight, refreshed and ready to shower us with zombie guts. Celebrate with Daryl Dixon and this absurd portrait by Dena Jarrar, and chat about tonight's episode here.
Though cute and furry on the outside, North American red squirrels have the souls of warriors. Each adult will claim a small section of forest, and fiercely defend its territory against all others. And the most successful fighters owe it all to stressed-out mothers.
This is impressive. Watch what happens when a very flustered squirrel makes a daring leap for freedom through the kitchen window of what looks to be a fourth-story apartment. The brief clip, captured on video by Finn83, raises an interesting question: how does a squirrel survive such a fall?
Most squirrels couldn't be bothered to keep up with the latest fashions, but most squirrels weren't Tommy Tucker, the pet rodent whose outfits were immortalized in LIFE magazine.
When a squirrel encounters a rattlesnake in the wild, it does something very peculiar to survive its brush with the predator. That something is so peculiar, in fact, that we've had to build robot squirrels just to try to understand it.
Eat your heart out, Kandisky! Forget about it, Pablo! Screw you, Bob Ross! All I want is a Van Gogh by Señor Squirrelo, real name Winkelhimer Smith:
Don't want vermin stealing from your bird feeder? Then do what this family did, which is to motorize the bottom of it, should something heavier than a bird (e.g. a squirrel) infiltrate. Watch what happens to the unsuspecting critter inside.
It is among my few regrets in life that I don't have a front yard, only in that it limits me from unleashing an army of solar-powered squirrels on the neighborhood.