Insouciant Squirrel

Squirrels spend most of their time on all fours and, when they do pop up for a look around, generally seem hunched forward, ready to drop-and-run.

Not this critter:

Squirrel leaning back

Squirrel leaning back

Definitely brandishing a big leaning ‘tude


  1. #1 by Len on 2016-12-04 - 12:29

    Well, I NEVER!

    (I’m not sure if squirrels can “harumph”, but it looks like that squirrel is trying)

  2. #2 by RCPete on 2016-12-04 - 22:07

    From the viewpoint of a passing hawk: Looks like lunch to me. [grin, burp]

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