Apple engineer Mark Rober creates ‘ninja warrior’ equipment to prevent squirrels from stealing bird food

Mark Rober, a former NASA engineer and now Apple engineer, recently designed a “ninja warrior” outfit that prevents squirrels from eating food, looking cool, according tomedia reports.

Rober’s “Squirrel-Proof” experiment:

Apple engineer Mark Rober creates 'ninja warrior' equipment to prevent squirrels from stealing bird food

Rober and his device.

The reason is this, When Rober was feeding the birds, he found that the squirrels had been stealing their food and wanted to prevent a similar situation from happening again. But after testing several “squirrel-proof” bird feeders, none of them will work completely.

But that didn’t stop Rober. To create a bird feeder that can be a true squirrel-proof, he has gone to great lengths to add equipment such as mazes, rope bridges and slingshots to his plans, and if the squirrels can still complete the challenge, they will eat a pile of walnuts. Can be a foot high, a high, squirrel or found a way to crack. It also wowed Rober.

Apple engineer Mark Rober creates 'ninja warrior' equipment to prevent squirrels from stealing bird food

We can also see from the video that the device uses a lot of physics knowledge, and Rober does do the best in the case of “hands-on”. All say that the human imagination is infinite, but don’t underestimate the intelligence and flexibility of small animals!

Video screenshot:

Apple engineer Mark Rober creates 'ninja warrior' equipment to prevent squirrels from stealing bird food

Apple engineer Mark Rober creates 'ninja warrior' equipment to prevent squirrels from stealing bird food

Apple engineer Mark Rober creates 'ninja warrior' equipment to prevent squirrels from stealing bird food

Apple engineer Mark Rober creates 'ninja warrior' equipment to prevent squirrels from stealing bird food