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A Holden Beach, North Carolina squirrel, affectionately named Putter has been bellying up to the bar at the Fantasy Isle Ice Cream & Mini Golf to get a pint-sized cone of its own. The little squirrel munching on an ice cream cone may be cute, but it could lead to problems with people or malnutrition, North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission says. Fantasy Isle Ice Cream & Mini Golf
A Holden Beach, North Carolina squirrel, affectionately named Putter has been bellying up to the bar at the Fantasy Isle Ice Cream & Mini Golf to get a pint-sized cone of its own. The little squirrel munching on an ice cream cone may be cute, but it could lead to problems with people or malnutrition, North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission says. Fantasy Isle Ice Cream & Mini Golf

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