Part of the fun of celebrating Halloween is carving faces and spooky designs into pumpkins, of course! But it’s not just us humans who like to partake in this activity. Squirrels also love to go to town and carve away!

Check out this video and watch how two squirrels carve a face into a pumpkin from start to finish. They do not need a pattern nor do they need any of those little pumpkin carving tools. Instead, they just use their teeth to make a design. Those squirrels must have seen a face like this on a pumpkin before because we are wondering how they obtained the knowledge to make a design like that! It is pretty impressive to see.

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