What kind of Squirrel is black with white nose and looks similar to a skunk I saw them in CalabashNC I have picture?
I did a search and found at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWmZQqJIgIA a video that shows a black squirrel with a white tail, so likely it's also possible to have other black and white patterns on squirrels.
Yes, depending on what part of the country you live in. No. There is no such species as the black squirrel. Black squirrels are only black specimens of the gray squirrel, Sciurus Carolinensis, and the fox squirrel, Sciurus Niger. Since these animals are not a species unto themselves, they cannot be classified.
No black squirrel can't live with out water, no squirrel can. Can you live with out food? Or drink? A squirrel is like us, can't live without food, or water, no matter the type, or animal. Nothing can live without water, not ever plants. Their bodies dry out, and they would die. So if you see a skinny squirrel, feed and water it.
Yes, but you won't get colors such as blue or yellow. You will receive a color image of black and white. Your image never had color. Take a new picture in color and you will not have black and white. If you're good with photoshop (or something similar), you can use that to add color that wasn't there before. But that is difficult.
Here is a list of the types of squirrels found in South Dakota. Source: http://wfs.sdstate.edu/sdgap/mammal.html Richardson's Ground Squirrel Thirteen-lined Ground Squirrel Spotted Ground Squirrel Franklin's Ground Squirrel Black-tailed Prairie Dog Eastern Gray Squirrel Eastern Fox Squirrel Red Squirrel Northern Flying Squirrel
How do you know if a squirrel is angry? You know if a squirrel is an angry squirrel if it stares at you, not focusing on anything but you. Also you will know if a squirrel is angry if it's eyes look like a vampires eyes. But the eyes won't look red, they will be black. And if a squirrels tail is straighter than normal, it is also mad. Remember, their tails are curved not…
A television screen is light gray when not illuminated This being so how is the blackness of sunspots similar to the blackness in images on a television screen?
Assuming CRT type display then when a black part is shown then if you just look at the black part with the rest of the picture covered or sheilded then you will see that the black is still grey or same as when tube is not illuminated. Bottom line-- no such thing as black on screen , only black compared to rest of picture ! I invite you to try it ! Pete
The tail span of a squirrel monkey is 14-18 inches long and it has a black spot a the tip of the tail. An interesting fact about tails are, small squirrel monkeys have a strong tail to grasp onto things and the adult squirrel monkeys have but not as strong, but they use them to grasp on to things suck at branches of a tree.
Depends on where you live. It is indeed rare enough, but in some areas is a common sight. They are exactly the same species of the regular brown squirrel, possible around 1 of 10,000 are black. (1=black in 10,000=brown) I searched this up. Try typing your answer in google or something, you'll get different answers