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While other gliders like flying squirrels have a patagium that stretches to the hind feet, a colugo’s patagium continues all the way to the tip of the tail.
A chance sighting of a fluorescent flying squirrel in the wild had led the researchers to the mammal collection at the Field Museum in Chicago.
They also were carrying more bulk relative to their wing area than present-day gliders like flying squirrels, which meant the dinosaurs would need to glide faster to generate enough lift to keep themselves aloft.
So join me in making sure you and all your squirrel friends are registered to vote, have a plan to vote, and will vote early.
Squirrels have learned to visit people’s bird feeders, so some coyotes “crouch and hide near bird feeders,” waiting to pounce on a tasty squirrel, says Gehrt.
You should also train your dog to look back at you every time they see a squirrel or something interesting, to essentially ask permission to investigate.
"My name is Slicko," answered the lively little girl squirrel, as she jumped about.
Squinty looked up in the tree, and there he saw a lovely little girl squirrel, frisking about on the branches.
One was a hollow tree literally filled with walnuts, gathered presumably by a thrifty squirrel the previous fall.
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Was it some one who had watched the swift, sure-footed spring of a bushy-tailed squirrel from branch to branch?

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