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Skinning a squirrel ~ by WoodlandsTV

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http://www.woodlands.co.uk/ Skinning a squirrel with tips on knives to use, hygiene, and preventing damage to the internal organs. Survival expert Sean Collins prepares a squirrel for cooking.

Posted in: Uncategorised ~ On: 29 December, 2011

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10 comments so far

December 31, 2011

hello.please excuse my ignorance, wanna ask you sth.. is there a chance that the animal might be sick or is there a way to understand that? just to avoid the danger.. again, pls excuse my ignorance.. thx

December 31, 2011

Instead of pulling the skin over the wrist, then cutting the hands off, wouldn't be easier to remove the hands first? then the skin will slip over much easier. I do rabbits the same way

January 2, 2012

its far easier to cut off the feat first, then you fill find that the skin (more-or-less) come off in one go

January 3, 2012

@tibetoo7 Keep watching -that's coming up in the next video. How to examine the animal's internal organs for any signs of sickness.

January 13, 2012

hands are shaking so bad throughout I was afraid for his fingers! Musta been freezing.

Bill Todd
June 7, 2012

it seems like you have a hard time skinning that squirrel.. I know a better.. No dirt,no fur on squirrel and fast..

December 1, 2012

You made that's much harder than ever Ned's to be!

May 8, 2013

But wouldn't cooking it well done kill any sickness you could possibly get?

November 28, 2015

wear surgical gloves,keep ya hands clean ??…..check out "outaoffice" how to clean a squirrel…..skins it very fast !

Andrius Liudzius
March 26, 2017

since it is American squirrel maybe you should take a look how american's skins it. looks like you haveing hard time doing it

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