black squirrel


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Noun1.black squirrel - fox squirrel or grey squirrel in the black color phase
tree squirrel - any typical arboreal squirrel
genus Sciurus, Sciurus - type genus of the Sciuridae; typical moderate-sized arboreal squirrels
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Surly (voice of Will Arnett), a less common black squirrel, survives on his wits in the big city.
A "ROGUE" mutant black squirrel is thought to have strayed into the heart of Coventry.
But where are the old fashioned, predominantly black flies such as those tied with black squirrel wing and a stoat's tail?
It is now 100 years since the first sighting of a black squirrel in Woburn, Bedfordshire, in 1912: scientists at Anglia Ruskin University are keen to find out how far they have spread.
Forestry Commission chiefs say others have also reported seeing an even rarer black squirrel up in the trees there.
And as someone who lived in southern Portugal for some years--where only two seasons essentially prevail, a hot dry summer and a mild damp winter--I appreciate the marked change of the Bulgarian seasons, the thrill of kicking through piles of lush orange leaves, spotting the occasional black squirrel and settling down to watch some late-season tennis.
A TRAPPER believes he has captured the North East's first black squirrel.
In his first book for children, Chuck Stone, a renowned journalist and professor, presents the story of Squizzy, a little black squirrel who teaches seven-year old Marcus not to define the world by color.
The Rocky Mount Telegram can thank a black squirrel for a chunk of its eight percent jump in circulation.
A genetic mutation has produced a new black squirrel, which is stronger, more aggressive and rapidly taking over in the south.
Last month he claimed to have found the North East's first black squirrel, larger and more aggressive than a grey.