OK, this is adorable.
Michael Dutko, an Ohio woodworker, has just created the cutest and coolest squirrel bar we've ever seen. "The Nutty Bar" features seven different types of nuts named after beers: Cashew Dunkel, Peanut Pilsner, Almond Ale, Walnut Stout, Sunflower Saison, Pecan Porter and Pistachio Pale Ale.
We're not even squirrels and we would like to attend this bar!
Dutko explained to CNN how he thought of the awesome project, "The whole reason I even started to make this is because my neighbor bird watches with her daughter and told me all of the squirrels keep getting in her way. I didn't even tell her what I was going to do, I just built it and put it back there and when she saw it, she just started cracking up."
Not only is there the bar, but quirky signs bathroom signs that read, "Nuts" and "No Nuts." How fun is that?
The overall process took Dutko 8 hours to complete and measures to be about 25in wide and 16in tall. After sharing a video of the process on YouTube, Dutko became flooded with users who requested to purchase the bar. He immediately went to go get his idea patented and now planning on launching a business doing what he loves!
"It's surreal to me that I was able to make such an impact by doing something so little with something I love so much. I'm so amazed. People have been so kind and positive. And my kids definitely love it too, they're always watching the squirrels stuff their faces with nuts and they think it's just so cute."
The cutest squirrel EVER. Yup. We said it.
The Japanese Dwarf Flying Squirrel looks like a real-life Disney character brought to life. Those giant eyes, that perfect round body, those giant eyes -- again! We're in love. We want to be surrounded by these squirrels as we sing nonsense about washing the dishes or folding the laundry.
The Japanese Dwarf Flying Squirrel is native to Japan, you'd find it in the "sub-alpine forests and boreal evergreen forests on Honshu and Kyushu islands." And good news, this squirrel faces absolutely no threats and is listed as "least-concern species".
We don't know much of this world but we do know we love this squirrel.
Oh, squirrels. They are just entertaining animals. Their frantic movements, their amazing acrobatic selves move with such urgency and grace (well... sometimes).
The way squirrels need to infiltrate any and all birdseed feeders they come across. They're wild and hilarious and we can watch them all day. Instead, we'll settle for some memes to pass the time.
But we can't help but admire their craftiness and persistence! In fact, I'm sure we all sort of wish we had some squirrel tendencies of our own. Not that whole, burying nuts/food for the winter thing because that could get moldy and nasty quickly.
Check out some chonky squirrels who are having their cake and eating it too!
Okay, you might be thinking -- 21 minutes?! I'm not sitting through that!
But we promise every minute of this fantastic and elaborate video is worth watching. If you don't know who Mark Rober is, and you enjoy watching a mix of scientific-education and downright awesomeness to the max -- you got to check out more of his videos!
In his newest video, Rober has decided to create the ultimate ninja warrior-like obstacle course for the squirrels in his backyard. Don't worry, the obstacle course is squirrel-friendly and Rober does a wonderful job of explaining it all!
The end goal for the squirrels? Delicious nuts, of course! You'll laugh and be in amazement and full wonderment for 21 minutes, so why not take a break from this world for a moment and dive into some crazy (and really cute) squirrel action? It's more nuts than we could've imagined.
These furry little critters make some hilarious gifs! Animals make some of the most priceless material for gifs and repetitive images. With their innocent antics and goofy behavior, the challenge is more to have a camera on hand while its happening, instead of waiting for a single good moment. Squirrels are some of the funniest creatures, especially because they're so used to humans. These squirrels are completely nuts, So we've gathered some of their best antics all in one place. What could be better?
Lemur gifs,That's what.
Meet the fantastic Geert Weggen! Photographer extraordinaire from both Sweden and the Netherlands, and might be an actual squirrel-whisperer. With more 60,000 followers on his Instagram page, Weggen has been focused on red squirrels for the last several years and managed to become best friends with the critters.
These photos are so remarkably whimsical! We feel as if we've been transported to another world that's just pure delight!