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squirrel ID´s from Eaglenest - India (1 Viewer)

antee

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I have some problem with identifying some Squirrels from the remote foothills of Himalaya in Northeastern India.
Eaglenest - Arunachal Pradesh.

Photos you can see here:
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The ones I have to deal with here is Pallas, Orange-bellied and Hoary-bellied.

All seen at around 2000 M.A.S


Photo 1 and 2 is of same squirrel.
Long nose. Doesn´t really fit with any of the above but doesn´t fit with A Malayan Tree shrew either?

Photo 3.
Flying squirrel. About 75% the size of Bhutan Giant squirrel. Is it a weird morph of Red giant squirrel??

Photo 4.
Bhutan Giant squirrel I guess.

Photo 5.
Medium size. Big long tail. Pallas or hoary bellied?

Photo 6 and 7 is of same squirrel.
Shorter tail indicate Orange-bellied?

Photo 8.
Very vocal. Screamed at me for 20 minutes. Some rufous color around head and belly. Pallas or Hoary bellied?

Thanx!
 
ZEISS. Discover the fascinating world of birds, and win a birding trip to Columbia
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