How Do Squirrels Adapt to Its Habitat?

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Squirrels have adaptive features which enable them to survive in their woodland habitat. These features include: having a light weight (this enables them to climb even the thinnest of tree branches) and the ability to maintain good balance using their tails. They also have long whiskers which they use to find their way around a drey.
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Squirrels have have a light weight (this enables them to climb even the thinnest of tree branches) and an ability to maintain good balance using their tails. They also have long whiskers which they use to find their way around a drey. These adaptations enable them to survive comfortably in their woodland habitats.
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