How to Speak Squirrel

Written by Pat's Papers | Tuesday, 10 April 2012 8:23 AM

Thinking of taking up a new language? What about squirrel? The Washington Post talks to a biology professor who promises to teach us how to speak, yes, squirrel in four easy steps. First lesson: Kuk, usually delivered stacatto in a series of barks, is the squirrel equivalent of “Danger!” Muk-muk does double duty, meaning both “I’m hungry!” and “Let’s have sex!”

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