An amateur photographer captured amazing images of multicolored squirrels feeding for food in India.
The three-tone Malabar giant squirrel was spotted in a forest in the Pathanamthitta district by 39-year-old Kaushik Vijayan.
Also known as the Indian giant squirrel, the rodents change from other species because of their coats with varying shades of orange, maroon and purple.
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Their body measures 36in from head to tail – twice as large as their gray relatives – and they can jump 20ft between the trees.
Mr. Vijayan, from Kerala State, India, captured the animals in their natural habitat deep within the forest.