Why Do Squirrels Twitch Their Tails?

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Squirrels will twitch their tail for several reasons. This includes, when they are scared, mad,uneasy, a predator is in the area and/or a way to leave their scent from their glands to other squirrels. The twitching of their tail is a way for them to get the message to the other squirrels that danger is around.
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