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This is most likely a mother squirrel with her half-grown offspring. I seriously doubt that a strange squirrel of any species would help an unrelated sub-adult.Squirrels, at least where I live, have two litters per year--one in the winter, and one in the late spring or early summer.
And here I would have thought I'd stumbled upon a great slip!
This is so cute. Thank you to the kind people who helped that little guy!!! -Rehabber in NJ =)
Hmn. I am glad someone got this on video. I am glad that the most invasive of species is producing youngsters who can rise above that and care for the rest of the world. I am especially glad that little squirrel finally got past the wall. "...With a little help from his friends."
Very cute story - plus, what an EXCELLENT excuse for all those students to cut class while they waited around and watched the squirrels! :-)
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