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English: Malabar Giant Squirrel, also known as Indian Giant Squirel ( Ratufa indica) photographed in deciduous forests of Mudumalai Tiger Reserve. . . These lovely squirrels are upper canopy dwelling species and are also territorial and they tend to protect their trees . .
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