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What caused the patterns?

SAREL ALBERTS from Grobler’s Bridge writes:

I photographed this squirrel in a dead leadwood tree near the Grobler’s Bridge border post. The patterns on the wood caught my eye – how did they get there?

Wildlife expert LD VAN ESSEN says: The patterns are caused by wood borer and bark beetles. The

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