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Squirrel damage to Hawaiian Apple bananas
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The squirrels were thirsty last summer so the nibbled on the Hawaiian Apple bananas and leaves!
· Date: Mon December 22, 2008 · Views: 1293 · Filesize: 35.6kb, 555.4kb · Dimensions: 1000 x 750 ·
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SOCALROCKER

California Nana Grower

Registered: June 2007
Location: Simi Valley,California
Posts: 330
Mon December 22, 2008 2:58am Rating: 10.00 

That one look's like they really sucked on that banana .It look's like it is dried out.

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Caloosamusa


Registered: March 2008
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Mon February 2, 2009 7:16pm Rating: 10.00 

A Rosy Boa or Red Rat Snake would end this type of woe, ecologically friendly and organic!
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