Two citizens of the Azerbaijan republic suffered from squirrels that live in the Bitsevsky Park of Moscow. The two vendors rented the loft of a building to use it as a warehouse. The building was located very close to the park. The vendors filled the loft with big bags of dried fruits and cedar nuts.
When they came to check their warehouse after long New Year holidays, the two men could not believe their own eyes. Hundreds of kilos of cedar nuts were gone. As it turned out later, the nuts were stolen by squirrels from the Bitsevsky Park. Little animals bit big holes in the bags and took almost three hundred kilos of nuts away. Zoologists say that squirrels wanted to fill their food reserves in connection with a poor harvest of fir cones this year.
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