The Red Squirrel was originally from Scotland and the Grey Squirrel from America. They both thrived in their separate lands until someone brought over the Greys to the UK. They reproduced rapidly and stole the Red Squirrels food and attacked Red Squirrel populaces. Now the Red Squirrel is endangered. But NOT exctinct. The Grey Squirrels have not got rid of the Red Squirrels.
It really depends on which "Red Squirrel" you're referring to. There are two different species of Red Squirrels. The Eurasian Red Squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris) lives all over the northern Europe and some parts of Russia while the American Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) lives in the eastern North America where the Grey Squirrels are.Eastern Grey Squirrels (both the grey and the black coloured) are larger than the American Red Squirrels but are smaller than the Eurasian Red Squirrels.yes grey squirrels are bigger then the red ones
No. Red squirrels and grey squirrels are from the same family. that doesn't mean a red squirrel can have grey squirrel babies, or the opposite. Red squirrels could get angry at grey squirrels, I mean, you could attack anyone or anything. But at all, it's unlikely that you would see a grey squirrel with a red squirrel. they have different habitats. If food is scarce in an area of cohabitation, the Gray will chase the Reds from the area because of their larger size.
NO they don't. Let me tell you the whole entire story (its true, believe me). 130 years ago, there were red squirrels all over the UK. Then some man found a few grey squirrels and thought he'd catch them and introduce them to the UK and then they all began breeding and making more and more grey squirrels but the grey squirrels began killing all the red squirrels so there's not many left. There's loads in Scotland - they look after red squirrels and try to kill all the grey. Red squirrels can't fight back because they're a bit smaller and very timid and friendly. They don't have a single violence in their body. I'm a girl who loves animals, a crazy animal-lover, and I want all the grey squirrels and red squirrels to be alive but someone needs to do something to the grey squirrels. I wish they all got along.
Eurasian Red Squirrels live in Europe and Asia, and Grey Squirrels live in the USA. Other than that, there really is no difference between them, only their color. Addendum to above answer: Actually, it depends on which type of Red Squirrel you are referring to. There is an Eurasian Red Squirrel which is native to Europe and Asia, and there is an American Red Squirrel as well. Both the Eurasian and American Red Squirrels are smaller than Grey Squirrels with the only other differences being the difference in the color of fur and the fact that Eurasian Red Squirrels have ear tufts that neither the American Red Squirrel or the Grey Squirrel have.
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