After building and installing a bird-feeder in his behind garden, ex-NASA and Apple operative Mark Rober — beheld he had a problem: Squirrels kept eating food meant for birds.
The apparent solution: Create an insanely elaborate Ninja Warrior-esque barrier march for a squirrel. Clearly.
Mark Rober got to a Ninja Warrior indicate after contrast out mixed “squirrel proof” bird feeders and examination them destroy spectacularly in a face of some ridiculously intelligent rodents. That (and many substantially a dullness of coronavirus quarantine) desirous him to take things a small further.
Rober goes to violent lengths to make certain his barrier march is squirrel proof. There are mazes, wire bridges, catapults… this thing is like Mouse Trap times a million. But if a squirrel successfully completes a course, they are given unobstructed entrance to a large raise of walnuts.
Incredibly a squirrels found ways to mangle a course, forcing Rober to adjust mixed times during this march of this video, that we positively should watch.
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