Viral: The flying woolly squirrel that was lost 60 years ago has been spotted on Netdunia.


BanglaHunt Desk, Viral: All the animals that have been repeatedly viral in the lockdown, whose existence was in question. Although they have not been seen for many years, they have been seen again and again due to the reduction in public gatherings and pollution. This time we met another such animal. Who was last seen in India 60 years ago today

Flying woolly squirrel caught on camera in Uttarakhand

This rarest mammal has been spotted in Gangotri National Park in Uttarakhand. Identified as a wool squirrel, this mammal has not been seen in India since 1924 and has long been considered extinct. However, according to a 1994 New York Times article, the animal was last seen in Pakistan in 1994.

An old sketch of a woolly squirrel

It is a rare species of flying squirrel. Who uses his nails and fur as a parachute when flying. This flying woolly squirrel has been listed as a rare species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature. This particular species of squirrel uses skin flaps to glide and the tail acts as a stabilizer.

Woolly squirrel caught in 1994 in Pakistan

The picture of this squirrel has caused a stir in the net world as soon as it came out. While everyone is appreciating the beauty of this squirrel, many have demanded that the government take all possible measures to keep this species alive. However, one netizen said that he would not be surprised to see dinosaurs in 2020.