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Someone is really hoping that “Pumpkinhead” is a reboot.
A wildlife photographer has snapped incredible pictures of two squirrels play with a carved pumpkin, and one even put it on the jack-o-lantern on his head.
Swedish photographer Geert Weggen, and was capable of capturing outstanding images, thanks to the fed, the animals can be found, in the past, reports SWNS. The photographer told him that his images are almost like the telling of a story. “So, just like with Halloween, I can’t imagine that it was the dance of the skeletons,” he said in the comments that it has been acquired by the news outlet.
A photographer has clicked, as well as the squirrels, play with pumpkins for Halloween. (Credit: SWNS)
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“Most of the time, squirrels are considered cute and pretty and sweet. However, they can also be a little bit dark, a” Celebration continues. “They can be very aggressive. This Halloween is a scary time for many people, so I thought that it was nice to have a little bit to see the more evil side of the squirrels.”
Celebration was added to the sugar glider may bite him, but soon has to admit that he is not a nut, so that the snacks do not cause bleeding. “They’re very clever that way,” he pointed out.
Award-winning wildlife photographer Geert Weggen (set) friend of the red squirrel in the forest, and it is well-known for his photographs of the series. (Credit: SWNS)
He told me that he would be able to have the amazing photos to entice them with food. “I know that they are always on the lookout for food, so I’d have to hang a bucket of seeds up in the air. If I want them to have to pick up a pencil, I spread a little peanut butter on it.”
“Most of the time, squirrels are considered cute and pretty and sweet. However, they can also do a little bit of the dark,” Weggen said. (Credit: SWNS)
Celebration has gotten so good at taking photos of animals can be found after the purchase of a house in the Swedish mountains 8 years ago and he’s been accused of, in the case of them, but he assures them they are real.
“I just can’t tame the wild one,” he continued. “They are doing exactly what they want. I have to wait a long time for my chance.”
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