2319 comments

  • Fallu M.
    10/09/2021 18:52

    Who say flying squirrels are found only in Japan?? These animals are found in Sierra Leone west Africa, back my days in the village we use to hunt them during the day bcoz they can't fly when it sunny, but night I have seen them fly countless times

  • Mohammed E.
    10/03/2021 04:13

    How nature has shaped the living & non living creations is Incredible & in perfect harmony with itself , but we beings of Xtra intellect have HnT spoiled the nature.

  • Abigair C.
    10/01/2021 23:29

    Lindo 😍

  • Oni D.
    09/30/2021 08:19

    It also found in my village

  • Ipung W.
    09/29/2021 02:43

    Looks like family of sugar glider to me

  • Nina D.
    09/28/2021 07:20

    kawaii desu 😭

  • Anjorin A.
    09/27/2021 16:52

    I saw one yesterday in my village. Whc kind only found on Japan?

  • Christopher J.
    09/26/2021 18:08

    schon cute 😍

  • Govind S.
    09/26/2021 14:06

    Beautiful

  • Noonsod R.
    09/26/2021 12:42

    It's cuteness and this post may spell disaster to its population size. When there is demand there will be supply. Until there is no more supply.

  • Balo K.
    09/26/2021 04:49

    Not only japan. it found in india and other countries

  • Connie J.
    09/26/2021 03:31

    Yes and let it be known that I am going to eat this thing

  • Nurul A.
    09/25/2021 23:09

    😮

  • Kathleen B.
    09/25/2021 19:42

    I love his little head sticking out of the tree. Too cute.

  • Obeng R.
    09/25/2021 08:34

    Ghana west Africa these animal is common it name is called owha

  • Anthony M.
    09/25/2021 06:22

    ,

  • Philip W.
    09/24/2021 16:23

    παρε εδω φατσα

  • Bobo N.
    09/24/2021 10:52

    We have it in southern Nigeria 🇳🇬 its called owu.

  • Hameed S.
    09/24/2021 08:20

    Nice

  • Niki B.
    09/24/2021 05:18

    Is it related to the sugar glider?

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