An animal filled a microwave antenna with over 300 pounds of acorns

Who stuffed this microwave antenna to the bursting point with 300 pounds (about 35-50 gallons) of acorns?

Some say it was a squirrel, others blame a woodpecker. But these animals are so similar that it is hardly worth arguing about. Just watch the video.

Just saying, guys.

Just saying, guys.

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  1. NICE! I cut into a hollow birch tree in the forest once. It was maybe 12" diameter, with a central hollow zone of about 6". The ENTIRE trunk, maybe 25 feet of the 30 or 40 total height, was chock full of various types of nuts. I felt bad. Had I known, I would have left it. What I did was leave the tree fallen so that the squirrels could relocate their storage, and they did. I kept checking back and the nuts were receding up the trunk a little by little. Or they were being eaten, but I didn't see shells, so I think they were being relo'ed to a new storage facility.

  2. Dang greedy one percenter animals.

  3. I like to picture a squirrel watching that from a nearby tree, its tiny face frozen in total despair

  4. In unrelated news, this squirrel was seen screaming, "I'm ruined! Ruined! There is nothing left!" Before throwing him self out of a 30 story building.

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