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The Japanese Flying Squirrel Is Possibly One Of The Cutest Animals In The World

Have you ever seen these cute little furry animals? These are the Japanese flying squirrels, small mammals capable of soaring from branch to branch thanks to a furred membrane (patagium) located between the front and rear legs. Although they do not fly, these pretty mammals can hover a distance of 100 meters. This remarkable ability allows them to escape from possible predators or, quite simply, to reach other trees.

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