Animals

Red squirrel

I remember seeing a red squirrel once near my home, when I was very young. I am quite sure I didn’t see it as clearly as here though. This is a fabulous picture.
It was taken in the Isle of Wight, more information about the image and its photographer can be found on his Flickr page.

Image source: By Peter Trimming [CC BY 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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