The acorn woodpecker spends much of its time pecking thousands of holes into its territorial tree, and filling those holes with just as many acorns. Like all woodpeckers, the acorn woodpecker can peck up to 12,000 times per day at a force that would render a human unconscious.
Have a look at what happens when a gutsy squirrel tries to move in on one woodpecker’s nut-filled oak tree — watch the video.
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