Doctors in Kentucky say eating squirrel brains is linked to Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (better known as mad-cow disease).
Sales of squirrel meat are soaring (but they are best eaten headless). The bushy tailed tree-dwellers are just one category in a burgeoning market for exotic flesh.

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