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English: An Eastern Grey Squirrel ( Sciurus carolinensis) in St James's Park, London, England.


Deutsch: Grauhörnchen (Sciurus carolinensis) im St James's Park, London, England.
English: An Eastern Grey Squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) in St James's Park, London, England.
Français : Ecureuil gris (Sciurus carolinensis) dans la parc Saint James, à Londres.
Português: Um esquilo pertencente à espécie Sciurus carolinensis, no St James's Park em Londres, Inglaterra.
Date 19 November 2006
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