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Japanese dwarf flying squirrel  -  Lena Mozejewska



Nombre y apellidos:
Lena Mozejewska

País:
Poland

Web:
http://lenamozejewska.wix.com/works

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Título:
Japanese dwarf flying squirrel

Especie/Elemento:
Japanese dwarf flying squirrel

Descripción:
Japanese dwarf flying squirrel is a small rodent living in evergreen forests on Honshu and Kyushu islands in Japan.
It has a membrane between its wrists and ankles that make it possible to glide from tree to tree. This
squirrel is active mostly during the night when it search for the food - seeds, fruits, buds or leaves.
When the day comes, Japanese dwarf flying squirrel hides in a hole in a coniferous tree and rest.
Its body lenght is 14-20cm and the tail is 10-14cm long. The squirrel's body is covered with grey-brown
hair and it has white belly. Its eyes are round, dark and large. Japanese dwarf flying squirrels lives at the trees and they build their nests there - especially at the coniferous trees like a pine.

Categoría:
Digital

Técnica:
Digital painting

Año:
2016

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