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Date:9/20/2014 8:11:56 PM
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hi pearl and silver
we have several different kinds of squirrels that live around here and mom has not ever seen this certain type of squirrel. usually we have lots of gray squirrels and when you see a small grey squirrel it is usually a flying squirrel although mom cant tell the difference because they all are such acrobats jumping from branch to branch. then we have these red squirrels which are pretty to look at but are very aggressive and fight with the grey squirrels. then we have these all black squirrels which are small and very secretive and hide a lot. then we have the half gray and half red hybrid squirrels that are big aggressive and not very bright. these big sumo looking squirrels are very big, dark not black but much darker than the grey squirrel. mom is seeing them quite a bit because their is a giant oak tree right outside the window where the computer is and the squirrel is always sitting there looking at mom. love boo boo
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