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  1. Very beautiful is the squirrel! How nice you caught her in photo while dining!
    In our park live some squirrels, and if you beat two deolalta nuts when I hear the sound of nuts squirrels come quickly and steal nuts in hand!
    If you’re not careful, they can do very deep lesions in hand with their claws!
    Have a wonderful day, dear Elena! Warm wishes! Big hugs always with love, Stefania! πŸ™‚

  2. Aww so cute! We have tree shrews where I live, not squirrels. I think they are really cute but having one in a room can get a little scary…I mean in case they bite!!..LOL

  3. While I am slightly afraid of squirrels, I have to admit this one is pretty adorable with its wet coat!

  4. That squirrel certainly looks well fed – and also a little wet! Were the seeds intended for the squirrel or for birds? It seems that the birds will be too late!

  5. I thought the expression was ‘as busy as a bee.’ Maybe it needs updating?

    Lo, suche sleightes and subtilitees
    In wommen be; for ay as busy as [bees] squirrels

    Much better. I’m surprised that Chaucer didn’t think of it when writing the Squire’s Tale (or should it have been the Squirrel’s Tale?)

  6. I’ve got several in my backyard just like this! I put sunflower seeds out for the cardinals in a feeder on top of a pole. The squirrels are experts at climbing the pole and then sit in the feeder for ten minutes at least feeding. They can really go through those seeds fast!

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