How to Rape a Squirrel
If you’re wondering how to rape a squirrel, you are not alone! It has become a popular activity in recent years. People are experimenting with methods that might be less than ethical. Some have tried poaching, feeding meth to a squirrel, or attempting to capture and rape a squirrel. Read on to discover some of the most effective methods for raping squirrels.
A recent shocking video emerged of a squirrel being raped by poachers in the Sahyadri Range of Maharashtra. A concerned citizen had reported the activity, and officials from the department issued a citation to the hunters. Wildlife poaching can have a wide range of consequences, from economic losses to intimidation. It can also lead to road traffic issues and the illegal use of vehicles. Furthermore, it can significantly impact the population of an animal and its habitat.
Feeding meth to a squirrel
A man in Alabama is accused of feeding a pet squirrel methamphetamine. The arrest comes after a raid on his apartment where they discovered the squirrel. While the man, Mickey Joel Paulk, did not deny feeding the squirrel meth, he did deny the charge of feeding meth to the squirrel. Despite the charges, he says he never fed the squirrel drugs.
The man’s home in Alabama was raided after the police found meth, drug paraphernalia, and body armor. They also found out that Paulk had kept a squirrel that he fed meth to so that it would be more aggressive. The squirrel was released back into the wild. Nonetheless, Paulk is still wanted for drug possession and the possession of drug paraphernalia.
Trying to capture a squirrel
While trapping squirrels can be an effective way to remove them from a home, a squirrel’s preference for a certain habitat makes it difficult to trap them successfully. If you are not an expert on wildlife, you may end up killing a squirrel or causing it to become more ill. Fortunately, there are several different ways to successfully capture squirrels. These methods vary slightly in cost, but all require the use of live traps.
Unless you have a trap that will work with a live squirrel, you should first try to avoid capturing them. Squirrels often use homes as a warm retreat, and it is best to keep the environment as quiet as possible for them. Moreover, squirrels are not likely to nest in houses where there is constant human activity. Moreover, a squirrel’s teeth are constantly growing, so they can cause bacterial infections.
Trying to rape a squirrel
Attempting to rape a squirrel is an act that should never be attempted, but it is surprisingly common in the wild. In Kolhapur, a group of poachers attempted to rape a squirrel. This act was caught on video and the forest officials are investigating the incident. The man accused of the crime will be referred to a psychiatrist for further evaluation. As a result of the video’s release, authorities are trying to protect the animals from further abuse.
Jessica Watson is a PHD holder from the University of Washington. She studied behavior and interaction between squirrels and has presented her research in several wildlife conferences including TWS Annual Conference in Winnipeg.