This video says about itself:
This cute, funny Eurasian red squirrel sits on a tree and eats a walnut.
The Dutch mammalogy society have proclaimed 2014 as the year of the red squirrel.
The red squirrel succeeds the stone marten aka beech marten, which was, and still is till New Year, Mammal of the Year in 2013.
Red squirrel photos: here.
- Good English red squirrel news (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)
- Red squirrels showing resistance to poxvirus (theguardian.com)
- Red squirrels under threat from humans (theguardian.com)
- Perthshire comeback for red squirrels (scotsman.com)
- Red Squirrel recovery (ntpressoffice.wordpress.com)
- Red squirrels show pox resistance (bbc.co.uk)
- Red Squirrels May be Developing Antibodies Against Squirrelpox (Video) (scienceworldreport.com)
- Red Squirrels showing resistance to squirrelpox (eurekalert.org)
I love these little creatures… 🙂
Yes, indeed! The zoologists have not chosen the red squirrel for being threatened (it is not in the Netherlands, contrary to England), but for studying it more in 2014.
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