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Posted by Kristin on 8:43:42 12/29/2011 from 65.32.244.5:

about two months ago, we came across two infant flying squirrels in the driveway who had fallen out of the nest. One didn't make it through the night, but the other is flourishing. My question is: when, and how, should I release him back outdoors? He has depended upon me for all of his food and water. It is also now December, and is cold at night (even here in FL)



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