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Rare albino squirrel siblings spotted in park

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A pair of adorable albino squirrels have been spotted playing up a tree in a park by a family returning from the nursery.

Steve and Tammi Ashley were walking through the Jubilee Park in Waterlooville with their daughters Isabel, four and Neve, two, when they spotted the rare creatures.

http://www.dailymail...untry-park.html

Gorgeous!

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Oh...they're just so adorable! I hope no predators get to them (their colour makes them more vulnerable).

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They're lovely and so cute! What little fluffy sweeties :wub:

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Something that are quite hilarious are squirrels with narcolepsy. Well, maybe not so hilarious for the squirrels in question. Or maybe they are drunk on fermented fruit.

Here are two vids of them. Narcoleptic or drunk, you decide.

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Very cute with their pink eyes! We used to have black squirrels where I grew up. They were cute too in all black.

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Very cute with their pink eyes! We used to have black squirrels where I grew up. They were cute too in all black.

I've only seen pictures of black squirrels and white ones, I like squirrels too. I wish we could see more of them around here, the red squirrels I like but they're getting short in numbers. I did manage to take a photo of one once, it made my day :D

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I've only seen pictures of black squirrels and white ones, I like squirrels too. I wish we could see more of them around here, the red squirrels I like but they're getting short in numbers. I did manage to take a photo of one once, it made my day :D

All squirrels where I've lived are the "usual" gray/brown color. All black are unusual (where I've lived, anyway) except in northern Ohio we had a population of them near where I Iived growing up. They would really catch your eye.

Our little dog almost caught (gray) one one day. She'd been trying for years (we had a pecan tree that attracted them like crazy) It's tail tickled her nose she finally got so close! It made her day! She strutted around like she was something after that close encounter.

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