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Black squirrel

Twiglet says:

I once saw a TV program about a colony of black squirrels. We once saw white squirrels in Upnor in Kent.

18th Oct 2007, 20:06

Euphro says:

Ah, I see! I'd never seen one before today. It caused quite a coffee-time stir at the meeting I was attending :)

18th Oct 2007, 21:40

did you stop the meeting to look at the squizzle?

18th Oct 2007, 21:59

Euphro says:

Yes, definitely, and ran outside to get pictures :D

18th Oct 2007, 22:50

swamprose says:

a squizzle? righteous word.

so, if a black squirrel can stop a meeting, what kind of squirrels do you usually see?

*coming from someone who didn't even think to blog all the grey and black squizzles around her.*

19th Oct 2007, 03:06

we have grey ones coming out of our ears and the occasional red but ive never seen a black squizzle id love to see one in real life!

19th Oct 2007, 09:43

billion says:

ha, this looks like a shot from a security camera.

"squirrel, mid to late thirties, black and wearing a long bushy tail last seen running near exit to car park. approach with extreme caution..."

19th Oct 2007, 09:57

Euphro says:

The tags do tell a "tail", but, Wikipedia tells it better :)

It's basically a mutant form of the eastern grey squirrel :)

19th Oct 2007, 10:08

swamprose says:

This squirrel is indigenous to N.America? Is this one is either a long way from home, or the new Cambridge mutant form?

19th Oct 2007, 10:21

Euphro says:

That is certainly the case, but North America has been very good at exporting them. They are all over Europe and I've seen them in Perth in Western Australia. The same mutation that makes them occasionally black in North America crops up wherever they are :)

19th Oct 2007, 10:25

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