Canadian Rockies, 2006

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The area is home to red squirrels, which take apart spruce cones and eat the little seed in the axis of each cone leaf. Here's a squirrel midden, littered with discarded cone leaves - only one untouched cone. Each squirrel has its own ("mother") spruce tree.
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