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I took a walk at the Montreal Botanical Garden yesterday afternoon and I was really surprised to see this very unusual squirel.
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Wow, great pic, Adrien!
 
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Squirrels are cool, but I'm always a bit confused where they fit. Are they native in Quebec?
The first time I saw a squirrel was in India: action-packed stripey buggers.
Next, Aus: suit-and-tie grey ones from Britain I suppose.
Scotland had a few red ones, rarer than the other native gingers.
 
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The Eastern Gray squirrel is native to Eastern N.A. and despite the name, it can also be black and apparently white as well!
 
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