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Old 10-11-2018   #1
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He's as happy as he can be.

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Nice capture Gene
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Nice capture Gene

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Shot through oof leaves it's a wonderful image, Gene.
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It's as well that this leucistic squirrel stays hidden because such an animal would otherwise show like a grain of rice in a bowl of ground black pepper and become a target for predators far more often than a squirrel with more typical coloration.
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A nice catch Gene.
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Shot through oof leaves it's a wonderful image, Gene.
Thank you, Mark.

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It's as well that this leucistic squirrel stays hidden because such an animal would otherwise show like a grain of rice in a bowl of ground black pepper and become a target for predators far more often than a squirrel with more typical coloration.
I am surprised he has escaped the neighborhood hawks.

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