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Red Squirrel . . Lego sculpture of an Eurasian Red Squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) sitting in a field in the Netherlands. Scale 1:1. Our squirrel sits in a typical squirrel position while eating a berry. She also like to eat nuts and seeds of trees. This squirrel is a female as you can see. She lives solitary, like all adult red squirrels. Notice the long fingers and toes with claws needed to climb in trees. Lego squirrel: Tail, arms, fingers and mouth of the Lego squirrel are moveable. Red squirrels often have a reddisch-brown color, like ours. Although other colors like grey and black occur too. The tail is used for balancing during jumps, but also to keep warm when sleeping. Lego squirrel: The tail is build around a flexible Lego tube. To keep the tail in shape, a metal wire is put into the tube (the only part that’s not made from Lego). A second version of Red squirrel is built without the wire. Video Follow this Red Squirrel Video link to discover how this squirrel is made. Squirrel comparison [1] Other Lego squirrels [2] Lego sculptures of squirrels are also present in Legoland: The Red squirrel on the left lives in Legoland Windsor (United Kingdom). The squirrel on the right can be discovered in Legoland Deutschland (Günzburg, Germany). Dimensions Our Lego squirrel is built in true size (scale 1:1). Her dimensions in sitting position are: height x length x width = 18 cm x 20 cm x 8 cm Approximately 650 Lego bricks are used for this sculpture. References [1] All photo’s of the true squirrels on this web page are obtained from under Creative Commons License non-commercial share-alike The work has been adapted. This adaptation is under the same license, but not endorsed or approved by Wikimedia commons. [2] The two photos of Legoland squirrels on this web page are created by the Vuurzoon family. [3] This MOC is also reviewed by The Brothers-brick on December 20, 2009. See internet link: Why doesn't it run away from me? [4] Red Squirrel is also at LEGO Ideas. It received 6427 votes. To all Red Squirrel supporters: Thank you for your vote! Please visit our Lego Animal World page to enjoy more animal creations. Arjen Vuurzoon.

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