What is a squirrel's niche?

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A squirrel's niche is to be a spreader. It carries around and stores food. Sometimes the squirrel forgets where it has placed its seeds. Those seeds are left to grow instead of being consumed. Other things squirrels eat, such as blackberries, can be seeded and spread about in the squirrel's feces.
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