Malabar giant squirrels are native to India and are twice as large as a standard eastern grey squirrel. Their bodies span as long as 3 feet (90 centimeters) and their fur consists of browns, oranges, maroons and purples. Their diet consists mostly of fruit, flowers, nuts and tree bark.
Malabar giant squirrels are, native to India, are twice as large as your standard eastern grey squirrel, with bodies that span 3 feet, or 90 centimeters, from head to tail. They’re also gorgeously technicolored, with fur that ranges from brown and orange to maroon and purple. pic.twitter.com/JkRznoWTN6
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I was today years old when I learned about Malabar Giant Squirrels. pic.twitter.com/CWHrhSbjI3
— Candice Chetta 🌈 (@candicechetta) August 21, 2018
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