The Life of Animals | Squirrel | animals are agile and have run a very fast pace and also this funny love jumping from tree to tree, this plant-eating animals have a variety of unique, want to know? The following report

Most squirrels live in the forests of Europe and North America. Its length is about 25 cm. It's about the size of two palms of your hands. Behind and often hung on his back is his tail, wide, erect, tufted and almost equal in length to the body. Surely there is a wisdom why God, who created all things with purpose, giving such a squirrel tail. Thanks to this long tail, a squirrel can jump from one tree to another without losing balance.

Makes a sharp little nails can climb a tree without difficulty. He can easily run along the branches, hanging upside down and moves in a position like this. Gray squirrel, for example, can jump from the limb to the other branches as far as 4 meters. When jumping, he stretched his legs forward and back and float. Meanwhile, a flattened tail to maintain balance as well as a rudder to steer. He was even able to fall freely from the branches as high as 9 meters above the ground and landed smoothly on the ground with all four legs.

Squirrels have sharp teeth strong nan who never possessed by humans. Located at the front of the mouth is cutting teeth that enable them gnaw and break hard objects. Behind him there is a molar tooth. If we want to solve the walnuts, we use a large stone or a tool specifically designed for this purpose. However, these small animals can easily do it with their sharp teeth.

Have you ever wondered how the squirrel teeth remain strong throughout his life and how the tooth squirrel can eat walnuts or hazelnuts? God, who created everything in perfect harmony has given their teeth with one important trait. You will be so amazed when they hear this! If the squirrel teeth worn or dated, the new teeth will soon grow. Worn teeth will be replaced with new teeth growth. In fact, God does not only provide dental properties like this to the squirrels, but to all beings who have to tighten food.

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