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    Default FLAT SQUIRREL VIDEO ~ How Flat can a squirrel possible get?

    The name says it all. I saw this flat squirrel on the road and took this video.

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    Taking videos of roadkill? I don't get it.
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    People don't understand my art.

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    LOL! Probably my fault. Other than music, I don't understand most art. :P

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    It was just the most random thing I've ever seen. It was just there, a dead squirrel but instead of being 3D, it was like a 2D printout of a squirrel. Just crazy, even the video doesn't do it justice as it's a single camera lens. Ironically, you really need a 3D camera and 3D TV to see just how flat this squirrel really is.

    I'm going to go do something constructive now.

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    If you can get a roadkill deer that flat then I would be impressed... See flat squirrels and frogs all the time.




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    That's a "sail squirrel" . Once they get flattened out like that, wait for them to get a little dried out & stiff, and then you pick them up and sail them like a frizbee. Give it a try with your new friend. lol
    The grave is not something that should be approached sedately in a well preserved body, but rather, slid into sideways, while yelling "Holy crap, what a ride !!!!!"

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    Well. This is the flattest squirrel I've ever seen. But point is taken.

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    Got say I laugh my head off! LOL! That is one flat pancake! Now if you could flatten a bull elk like that I'll congratulate chevy for being rock solid!!!! Not that they aren't.....
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