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Why do squirrels live in the forest?

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Answered 2010-10-09 16:05:06

Squirrels like to eat nuts and berries, both of which grow on trees. They also like to live in trees. So they tend towards areas densely populated with trees. These areas are called forests. Hence, squirrels like in the forest.

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