What Is the Life Cycle of a Squirrel?

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The life cycle of squirrels begins from mating, progresses to birth and then growth till they become adults. They are known to begin the mating in their nests and are considered to be no longer babies after two months from the birth date.
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Squirrel
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Rodentia Family: Sciuridae
The word squirrel usually refers to the rodents in genera Sciurus or Tamiasciurus, but can include all members in family Sciuridae that do not have chipmunk, marmot, or prairie dog in their common name.
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