Squirrels Hide More Than 200 Walnuts in SUV

Squirrels Hide More Than 200 Walnuts in SUV

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Where have all the walnuts gone? Check under the hood!

A Pittsburgh area couple got a surprise when they found squirrels stored over 200 walnuts under the hood of their SUV. Chris Persic tells KDKA TV that his wife complained about a “burning smell” coming from the engine. When she popped the hood, she found the engine covered with walnuts and grass.

They took the SUV to a mechanic who found half a trashcan of walnuts under the engine, but not extensive damage.

The Persics have also gotten a quote on removing the walnut tree from their property.

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