The Case of the Missing Fruit

The Case of the Missing Fruit October 13, 2011

We have several fruit trees in our yard. Most years, we have so much – in particular of pears – that we give away bags full of them to friends and colleagues.

This year, we didn’t get to eat a single piece. All the fruit from the two pear trees, the apple tree, the peach tree, the cherry tree, and the quince disappeared just before they were ripe enough for us to pick them.

We had a suspect in mind, but after seeing the photo below which Allan Bevere posted, I am certain that this is our culprit:

Super Squirrel fights injustices such as humans trying to keep their fruit to themselves and their bird seed just for birds.
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