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Reader photo: Amazing squirrels

UPDATED: Wed., Sept. 22, 2021

Mary Jo Stauner took this photo of a squirrel in a maple tree in her backyard in mid-September. By using their tails as a parachutes, squirrels can fall from roughly 100 feet in the air without serious injury.   (Courtesy of Mary Jo Stauner)
Mary Jo Stauner took this photo of a squirrel in a maple tree in her backyard in mid-September. By using their tails as a parachutes, squirrels can fall from roughly 100 feet in the air without serious injury.  (Courtesy of Mary Jo Stauner)

Mary Jo Stauner took this photo of a squirrel in a maple tree in her backyard in mid-September. By using their tails as parachutes, squirrels can fall from roughly 100 feet in the air without serious injury.

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