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. Familiar life in field and forest; the animals, birds, frogs, and salamanders . The children frequently feedhim with crusts of bread.11. wi *;! mm I CHIPMUNK.TAMIAS LISTERII. He is the red squirrelscousin. SMALL FOLK WITH LIVELY FEET. 275 volans volaris, Sciurojpterus volucella, Geoffroy);but he is out only after sunset, and does not often color is a so loose- appear on the highway. Hisbrownish gray, and his skin isly adjusted to his body that hecan spread it out in a wide ex-panse and slide through theair from tree to tree ona flying leap of fullyfifty feet. It is saidthat on extra occasion

. Familiar life in field and forest; the animals, birds, frogs, and salamanders . The children frequently feedhim with crusts of bread.11. wi *;! mm I CHIPMUNK.TAMIAS LISTERII. He is the red squirrelscousin. SMALL FOLK WITH LIVELY FEET. 275 volans volaris, Sciurojpterus volucella, Geoffroy);but he is out only after sunset, and does not often color is a so loose- appear on the highway. Hisbrownish gray, and his skin isly adjusted to his body that hecan spread it out in a wide ex-panse and slide through theair from tree to tree ona flying leap of fullyfifty feet. It is saidthat on extra occasion Stock Photo
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. Familiar life in field and forest; the animals, birds, frogs, and salamanders . The children frequently feedhim with crusts of bread.11. wi *;! mm I CHIPMUNK.TAMIAS LISTERII. He is the red squirrelscousin. SMALL FOLK WITH LIVELY FEET. 275 volans volaris, Sciurojpterus volucella, Geoffroy);but he is out only after sunset, and does not often color is a so loose- appear on the highway. Hisbrownish gray, and his skin isly adjusted to his body that hecan spread it out in a wide ex-panse and slide through theair from tree to tree ona flying leap of fullyfifty feet. It is saidthat on extra occasionshe can stretch this dis tance tO One hundred The Flying Squirrel. and fifty feet; but I am confident of the fact that this is merely a fall, after the fashion of a parachute. Even the red squirrel can fall a matter of thirty feet with no inconvenience to his anat-