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Not likely, a squirrel has a body shape that is too small and its digestive system couldn't digest a deer, so practically no.
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No, deer are grazers, a herbivorous animal that feeds chiefly on grass and other green plants. They diet does not include any meat and they would not, therefore, eat squirrels…. Read more >> Options >> http://www.answers.com?initiator=FFANS No. Deer are herbivores (plant eaters) only.
a squirrel eats nuts and hazel nut
No. Deer's are herbivores and don't eat meat, they eat mosses, tree bark, grasses etc. Squirrels are not on the average Deer's diet.
Squirrels generally do not eat meat at all. Squirrels generally consume nuts and berries for their diet. However, if faced with no food and only a squirrel, they might attack …and eat each other. The odds of a squirrel eating another squirrel would be very rare, if at all.
Well dogs are known to chase them but animals like bears eat dead squirells
No they can not eat humans, yet they can nibble and bite. Usually they are afraid and scurry away! :)
Yes it would cause it is a meat eater
Yes. When any rodent is hungry enough, or territorial enough (eg. squirrels, mice, chipmunks) they will eat other members of the same species.
No, they are not carnivorous
no they are related to rats
Deer are herbivores, so they eat only plants, not squirrels
Squirrels can not eat other animals because they are vegetarian
Deer and squirrels are capable of digesting vegetation. To them, your lawn is food. That's why they eat it.