#Albino looking squirrel is a MOST POPULAR RE-PIN that  definitely fits the category of ANIMALS OF A DIFFERENT - https://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/animals-of-a-different/ - on Pinterest. #DianaDee RESEARCH: Truly NOT albino- Just WHITE because of its recessive gene found within certain Eastern gray squirrel - like 2 brown eyed parents can have a blue eyed baby.

#Albino looking squirrel is a MOST POPULAR RE-PIN that definitely fits the category of ANIMALS OF A DIFFERENT - https://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/animals-of-a-different/ - on Pinterest. #DianaDee RESEARCH: Truly NOT albino- Just WHITE because of its recessive gene found within certain Eastern gray squirrel - like 2 brown eyed parents can have a blue eyed baby.

Squirrels are active at night a bit. Human beings get up at night to pee or take care of their young, and it’s the same with squirrels. However, it’s generally only really short. Squirrels are diurnal – that means they are primarily energetic in the daytime. In fact, they are identified as crepuscular, which means they are most active during the early morning and night hours.

Are Squirrels Nocturnal?

Squirrels are active at night a bit. Human beings get up at night to pee or take care of their young, and it’s the same with squirrels. However, it’s generally only really short. Squirrels are diurnal – that means they are primarily energetic in the daytime. In fact, they are identified as crepuscular, which means they are most active during the early morning and night hours.

Dirty Nose, Gray Squirrel. Almost a pet for 6 years. Nose always dirty. We watched him grow up.

Dirty Nose, Gray Squirrel. Almost a pet for 6 years. Nose always dirty. We watched him grow up.

Baby Eastern Gray Squirrel Sciurus Photograph

A A Baby Eastern Gray Squirrel Sciurus

With its mostly black body and contrasting, pinkish tail, this eastern gray squirrel almost seems to be making a fashion statement. This photo was taken in southern Ontario, where there are plenty of eastern gray squirrels, and in a great variety—common gray, speckled, blond, and more. Photo: Courtesy of Dan Doucette (via: TakePart.org)

With its mostly black body and contrasting, pinkish tail, this eastern gray squirrel almost seems to be making a fashion statement. This photo was taken in southern Ontario, where there are plenty of eastern gray squirrels, and in a great variety—common gray, speckled, blond, and more. Photo: Courtesy of Dan Doucette (via: TakePart.org)

Eastern Grey Squirrel at the Magnolia Plantation Gardens, Charleston, S.C.

Eastern Grey Squirrel at the Magnolia Plantation Gardens, Charleston, S.C.

Black Squirrel Point Gratiot

Black Squirrel Point Gratiot

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