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The flying squirrel does not actually fly. Instead, it uses two “parachute-like” membranes (loosely stretched between its wrists and ankles) to glide through trees. While airborne, the squirrel’s tail acts like a kite tail or “rudder” helping to stabilize the squirrel’s body as it travels along. When the squirrel is ready to touchdown, the tail helps to “brake” its landing.

Recommended minimum age 3
Profundidad 18cm
Altura 12cm

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