The Grand Blanc Township Police Department wrote: “Squirrels have taken on a whole new meaning for policing.” side of sin facebook.
On Friday last week, police in Grand Blanc, Michigan had to come to the rescue. It was about life, but not human life.
One person reported a group of squirrels, which were to be tied together in each other’s tails.
Great team effort
When the police arrived at the scene, they saw seven squirrel cubs at the bottom of a tree. Their tails were twisted and prevented them from moving freely.
Police theory says that their tails may have been twisted while in the nest. As they grew, the space became too small and the weight too large, and the nest eventually gave up.
Their tails will need some time to get full, but they are safe. Wonderful song effort! He writes to the police in a Facebook post.
Together with a resident of the area, the police got rid of the chaos, but they were closely monitored.
Under the eyes of the squirrel’s mother, the police and the resident separated the seven children, the police wrote on Facebook.
The “Rat King” phenomenon
At the time of writing, the Facebook post has been shared more than 600 times. Many also praise the police in the comments field and point out what this strange incident is.
– I had no idea that this could happen. Grateful that someone interested saw them and called the police, who can help these kids, Commenting on someone during a post.
People in the comments field draw parallels between the incident and a long-discussed phenomenon.
– And here I thought the Rat King was a legend. Here he is, the squirrel version, one person writing at the bottom of the post.
According to Norsk Store, Lexicon is the king of mice A group of mice, whose tails are completely intertwined with each other.
Since 1989, there have been at least 17 documented cases of king squirrel in the United States, MLive writes.
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