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Sherman's Fox Squirrels


Sherman's Fox Squirrels are much larger than the much more common gray squirrels, but have a much nicer mannersim to them  Due to habitat loss, they are a species of special concern.  It is illegal to hunt them.  I love seeing these gorgeous animals come feed.  


Notice how long the tail is.    


There is some variability in the color of these animals from individual to individual.  This one is near black, and these are very rare. 


Sherman's Fox Squirrel getting a drink.  This clearly shows how long the tails of this species is.


This individual is more honey colored.  Check out the link below for more information on this rare animal. 

Fox Squirrels in Florida

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