Here are the answers to Monday's queestion: which creatures inhabit these winter homes? Answer using the comments button below or on Facebook or Twitter:

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1. Red squirrel - thanks to Mike Fenton for the photo.

 

2. Gall wasp

 

3. Emperor moth - thanks to Andrew Cooper for the photo.

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  • Comment number 43. Posted by Gamekeepers Daughter

    on 21 Jan 2014 14:31

    1 Red Squirrel
    2 Gall Wasp - is that why most of the acorns on our tree look like this? Its not a disease then?
    3 Emperor Moth

    Love the show, its such a highlight of a gloomy evening.

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  • Comment number 42. Posted by Brian Strand

    on 21 Jan 2014 09:10

    Nick re last night's red button programme please STOP answering your own questions, we want to hear from the 'expert interviewees' not your endless talk, give someone else some airtime!

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  • Comment number 41. Posted by Stewart C

    on 20 Jan 2014 22:09

    Stewart C
    1. Harvest Mouse
    2.Knopper gall wasp
    3. Emperor moth

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  • Comment number 40. Posted by essexboom

    on 20 Jan 2014 21:56

    Well played the deeside knit wits!

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  • Comment number 39. Posted by gary jones

    on 20 Jan 2014 21:56

    1 = red squirrel
    2= gall wasp
    3= silk moth
    Gary Jones, stockton

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  • Comment number 38. Posted by Adam Everest

    on 20 Jan 2014 21:54

    A-red squirrel
    B-knopper gaul created by wasp Andricus Quercascalicus
    c-Emperor moth cocoon

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  • Comment number 37. Posted by Susan

    on 20 Jan 2014 21:52

    A - field mouse
    B - ant
    C - emperor moth

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  • Comment number 36. Posted by IcequeenHeather

    on 20 Jan 2014 21:51

    A. Red squirrel
    B. wasp Gall
    C. Moth ? Emperor

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  • Comment number 35. Posted by matt

    on 20 Jan 2014 21:50

    A is an oak gall also known as an oak apple made by wasps

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  • Comment number 34. Posted by northnature

    on 20 Jan 2014 21:49

    28 from northnature

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