Grey squirrel in a hollow tree

Grey squirrel in a hollow tree

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Caption: Grey squirrel. Eastern grey squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) sitting in a hollow in a tree. The Eastern grey squirrel is a native of the US forests from the east coast, west to Texas. It eats nuts, pine cones and berries, as well as insects and young birds. The species was introduced to the UK in 1889, where it has largely driven out the native European red squirrel. Photographed in May in Dorset, UK.

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