Why do squirrels screech?

Answer

Squirrels make a screeching sound for various reasons. The screeching noise that squirrels make some describe it more like the sound of a bark or a chirping sound. The squirrels make these noises as a way to communicate with other squirrels. Some squirrels make this noise to let other squirrels know there may be an intruder. Squirrels will also make gestures with their tails as a way to communicate with other squirrels, which sometimes means they are telling something to go away.
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