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Flying Squirrels

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Published on Aug 14, 2007

http://mdc.mo.gov

Despite their name, flying squirrels don't actually fly... they glide. Researchers in Missouri continue to learn more about this interesting creature.
They have a loose fold of skin that stretches out and supports the squirrel. Flying squirrels use their broad, flat tails to steer. The only mammals that truly fly... are bats.

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