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Photography by @ (Masatsugu Ohashi). ” Flying Squirrel Flying squirrels are not capable of flight in the same way as birds or bats but are able to glide from one tree to another.

flying squirrel this is what I used to have dreams that I was.  :) crazy!

British photographer Kim Taylor captured the spectacular southern flying squirrel on camera as it glides through the trees.

Siberian flying squirrel (Pteromys volans) by Miuchin.

What Do Squirrels Like to Eat?

flying momonga, yes i want one

The nocturnal flying squirrel is one cool little critter. Being nocturnal means they are most active at night. Fun facts about nocturnal flying squirrels.

cute-Japanese-dwarf-flying-squirrels-OMG -- how have I not been told of these deliciously wonderful creatures before now?!? I mean, look at them. LOOK AT THEM!

Cuteness overload all eyes! Siberian or Russian flying squirrels pictured on Japanese island Hokkaido Pictures of them playing are unusual as they are shy animals and nocturnal

Daily Paws Picture of the Day: Japanese Dwarf Flying Squirrel and her babies! - http://www.vetlocator.com/dailypaws/2014/03/daily-paws-picture-of-the-day-japanese-dwarf-flying-squirrel-and-her-babies/

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~~Siberian Flying Squirrel by Mark Brazil~~

Reflecting on icons of 'cute'

Siberian Flying Squirrel by Mark Brazil: Pteromys volans weighs about 150 g and measures in length with a flattened tail. By spreading a flap of skin which stretches between the front and rear legs, the squirrel can glide from tree to tree -

Southern Flying Squirrel (Glaucomys volans)

Southern Flying Squirrel - The only flying squirrel in North America, it lives in deciduous & mixed woods in the eastern half of North America, from SE Canada to Florida.

Preparing for flying squirrels as pets,

Adorable Japanese Dwarf Flying Squirrel Fits In The Palm Of Your Hand - HooplaHa Only Good News

NORTHERN & SOUTHERN FLYING SQUIRRELS....found in woodlands of North America and south into Mexico and Honduras.....weighs 2.6 to 4.9 ounces.... measures 10.8 to 13.5 inches long....clumsy on the ground, but can glide gracefully up to 160 feet) from tree to tree

found in woodlands of North America and south into Mexico and Honduras.weighs to ounces. measures to inches long.clumsy on the ground, but can glide gracefully up to 160 feet) from tree to tree

FLYING SQUIRREL :D I used to have one, named Ginger. She was awesome and would jump from my curtains to me like this!

Mark S. Photographer ~ Incoming flying squirrel via Cute Overload :)

Flying Squirrel

Flying Squirrels are cute They zoom all over the place This guy has jazz hands "My cat brought in from outside a completely unhurt, and very angry, flying squirrel," writes John S. "I managed to ca.

Southern Flying Squirrel.

Pinner says: Southern Flying Squirrel. FYI - We have these in Okla. and it really hurts when they bite you. Just sayin'

Japanese dwarf flying squirrel (Pteromys momonga).  Much as I love cats, these get my vote as intrinsically the cutest mammals on the planet.

Brace yourself — I did say 'cute'

The Japanese dwarf flying squirrel is a type of flying squirrel. Its body is cm long and the tail length is cm. It is much smaller than the Japanese giant flying squirrel which can reach 1500 g. Wikipedia Scientific name: Pteromys momonga

Japanese flying squirrel

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adorable animals - Meet Ezo momonga - flying squirrel from northern Japan (Hokkaido)

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