Forget-Me-Nut

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Modified version of Photo by Vincent van Zalinge on Unsplash

Squirrels bury nuts so they can eat them at a later time of scarcity. In fact, that's where the phrase squirrel away comes from. But many squirrels forget about over 74% of the nuts they burried and the nuts grow in to trees full of new acorns.

Talk about massive returns on long term investments!

While we humans have been recklessly destroying forests for generations, these adorable rodents have been, unintentinally, growing the next generation of them.

See what Nina and Nana have to tell you on the subject.

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You can find Lavanya's post on this squirly subject here.

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