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Barbary ground squirrel, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands.

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Gallery ID: 32
Photo Title: Barbary ground squirrel, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands.
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The Barbary ground squirrel (Atlantoxerus getulus) was introduced to Fuerteventura from North Africa as a household pet in 1965. Having escaped they have thrived in a natural environment similar to their homeland. Without predators however, their numbers have increased to an estimated 300,000 and are now a threat to the islandís endemic species.
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