#  Squirrels Are Tracking You →

June 30th, 2014 | In Worth Knowing 
Having studied them pretty casually over the last few years — did you know squirrels bark? — I wasn’t really shocked that a scientist has found that squirrels definitely are able to differentiate among human behaviors: Squirrels “can tell if a human is looking at them,” or if a person behaves in an unusual way, Bateman found. Squirrels
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