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  1. It looks very sweet. Is it as destructive as other squirrels can be or fairly benign? (The grey squirrels in the UK damage a lot of trees.)

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    • They are rodentia of course, hence they basically eat. Stuff. Being from Michigan, I assumed at first that these are Chipmunks, but after some research it’s clear they are a different specie. The ears being so short must help them navigate the spines of our spined Mojave Desert plants. I saw several actually walk atop smaller bushes, maybe two foot tall like they were walking up a rock! Tourists feed them at the Red Rock Scenic Overlook sometimes, they come out in numbers for peanuts both shelled or not. Lovely little creatures! ❤️

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  2. Such a cutie! Nice shot, John! 🙂

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