tassel–eared squirrel

noun

Definition of tassel–eared squirrel

  1. :  abert squirrel The tassel-eared squirrel, as it is also known, eats the young twigs of ponderosa and makes its nests in the higher branches. — Steven J. Bissel and Russell Davis, Colorado Outdoors, September/October 1990

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1916

First Known Use of tassel–eared squirrel

1916


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