Some highlights from the article, since I know that most of you won't actually click on it:
1. The article quotes a professor at the University of Arizona who is a squirrel expert. IT'S A REAL JOB! I took the liberty of tracking down his website. Not only does he teach an awesome course on small mammals, he also maintains a Groundhog Day website where he tallies the results from each groundhog. Also, I went to one of his student's website, and am now wondering why I bothered with classics when I could have been doing biology and zoology. Seriously, one of his grad students did a project on rodent density in alpine meadows. She counted rodents all day, wrote about it, and got a degree. HOW AWESOME IS THAT?
2. The Eastern Grey Squirrel is so successful that many consider it a pest.
3. Squirrels in a family will greet each other by nuzzling their cheeks together.
4. A squirrel's peripheral vision is as sharp as its focal vision.
5. If a squirrel knows it is being watched, it will sometimes keep the nut hidden in its mouth but pretend to bury it to fool would-be nut-stealers.
Lots of great stuff in this article, guys. I highly recommend that you actually click the link to read it.