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https://flic.kr/p/tzFTUP | Sherman's Fox Squirrel |     The fox squirrel (Sciurus niger) weighs from one to three pounds, and exhibit color variations which range from a buff color to gray, and in some instances black.  The under parts are usually lighter, and typical specimens have white noses and ears with black faces and feet.  They are noted for their long, bushy tails and for their strong hind legs which allows them to leap easily from place to place. The skull of the fox squirrel has…

https://flic.kr/p/tzFTUP | Sherman's Fox Squirrel | The fox squirrel (Sciurus niger) weighs from one to three pounds, and exhibit color variations which range from a buff color to gray, and in some instances black. The under parts are usually lighter, and typical specimens have white noses and ears with black faces and feet. They are noted for their long, bushy tails and for their strong hind legs which allows them to leap easily from place to place. The skull of the fox squirrel has…

Roosevelt Family - This hall, the Theodore Roosevelt Rotunda above, and the Central Park West entrance opened in 1936 as New York State’s official memorial to Theodore Roosevelt, Governor of New York (1899-1901) and 26th President of the United States (1901–1909). In 1869, the future president’s father, Theodore Roosevelt, Sr., gathered prominent New Yorkers in his East 20th Street home to sign the charter for this Museum. In 1872, Theodore, Jr., then 13, made his first donation to the…

Roosevelt Family - This hall, the Theodore Roosevelt Rotunda above, and the Central Park West entrance opened in 1936 as New York State’s official memorial to Theodore Roosevelt, Governor of New York (1899-1901) and 26th President of the United States (1901–1909). In 1869, the future president’s father, Theodore Roosevelt, Sr., gathered prominent New Yorkers in his East 20th Street home to sign the charter for this Museum. In 1872, Theodore, Jr., then 13, made his first donation to the…

Fake -  "Squirrel terrorizes neighborhood." - The true story is as follows: The grey squirrel turned up in the garden of Vicky Freeman's home in Fareham, Hamshire, and made short work of the treats she'd hidden inside the  macabre mask.The 54-year-old grandmother said: "I always hang stuff up in my garden for the kids at Halloween but was surprised to see a squirrel so fascinated by the macabre skull." I included the series of images. He never left the yard............

Fake - "Squirrel terrorizes neighborhood." - The true story is as follows: The grey squirrel turned up in the garden of Vicky Freeman's home in Fareham, Hamshire, and made short work of the treats she'd hidden inside the macabre mask.The 54-year-old grandmother said: "I always hang stuff up in my garden for the kids at Halloween but was surprised to see a squirrel so fascinated by the macabre skull." I included the series of images. He never left the yard............

"Researchers have discovered the fossil remains of a 94-million-year-old squirrel-like critter with a long, narrow snout and a pair of curved saber-fangs that it would have likely used to pierce its insect prey. The creature, pieced together from skull fragments unearthed in Argentina and dubbed Cronopio dentiacutus, was not ancestral to us or any living mammal. Instead, it belonged to an extinct group called dryolestoids, a cadre of fuzzy mammals that scurried about in the shadow of…

"Researchers have discovered the fossil remains of a 94-million-year-old squirrel-like critter with a long, narrow snout and a pair of curved saber-fangs that it would have likely used to pierce its insect prey. The creature, pieced together from skull fragments unearthed in Argentina and dubbed Cronopio dentiacutus, was not ancestral to us or any living mammal. Instead, it belonged to an extinct group called dryolestoids, a cadre of fuzzy mammals that scurried about in the shadow of…

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