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Very gregarious and noisy animal.
Found in my garden
Thank you Maria
Wow sunnyjosef,perfect timing,beautiful capture,congrats on the SOTD and thanks for sharing such a awesome spotting page
Thank you so much Andrea, I think he was taught the levitating yoga by his guru.. 😊😊😊
Great pics Sunny. Love the first pic of him levitating :-) Congratulations on your SOTD. Well deserved.
Thank you EnvUnlimited...
Thank you Two Cans
Congratulations on the SOTD!
Thank you MacChristiansen for your comment...
Congratulations Sunny on your SOTD
Thank you Smith Zoo, CindyBinghamKeiser and KathleenMcEachern..
Congrats on SOTD!
Congratulations! This is adorable.
Oh yay! Well deserved! Congrats sunny!
Thanks again Leuba..
Congratulations, Sunny ! Well-deserved ..
Thank you Lauren.. They are very similar to Chipmunks.. and in size and habits too..
Thanks Reza Hashemizadeh and Mark.... I hope they start to entertain you in AU :-)
Congratulations on SOTD! This is adorable! It has markings like our Chipmunks.
Wow I didn't know we have them in Australia. Congratulations on SOTD. (They're so entertaining in India... hmmm I wonder what they eat in Aust... )
Thank you Karen and projectnoah for selecting this as SOTD...
Congratulations Sunny, your great timing has earned you spotting of the day! This noisy, gregarious squirrel is native to India and Sri Lanka, and was introduced to Australia in the late 19th century where it is now considered a pest species. Facebook: https://upload.facebook.com/projectnoah/...Twitter: https://twitter.com/projectnoah/status/4...
Thank you so much Dilan... Lucky to have got it right...
Lat: 9.99, Long: 76.29
Spotted on Feb 18, 2014 Submitted on Feb 18, 2014
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