Dimensions: 6" L x 8" W x ¾" D
Quoted from the label on the back of the display:
"A squirrel eats a pinecone like corn on the cob, spinning it round and round with scales flying off while it looks for the seeds tucked in at the base of each scale. With muscular jaws, a squirrel can chop through hard mature cones as well as the closed immature cones. Squirrels toss the woody-tasting scales to the ground and crack open the nutritious seeds, then repeat the process, slowly chiseling all the way up the pinecone. Keep an eye on the ground for discarded cones and an ear to the trees for the sounds of chewing."