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    Every Nut Finds a Squirrel: Twitter at it Again Over Fluffy Critter's 'Cleavage'

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    A fluffy rodent from an animal park in Tokyo has become an Internet sensation after a Twitter user shared a picture, he dubbed “a sexy squirrel “. All thanks to its unusually large human-like furry breasts, the little creature is not ashamed to let out.

    A Twitter user with the handle @boblim1204 has posted several shots of “a sexy squirrel,” he spotted in Tokyo’s park. The image with a small and oddly voluptuous rodent has prompted a huge response on social media. The photo shows the squirrel appearing to press its human-like bosom together, it was shared more than 45 thousand times.

    ​I went to a squirrel garden today and could take a photo of a sexy squirrel.

    ​The big-breasted squirrel has immediately gained its own fandom on social media.
    Some tried to find its human doppelgangers.

    ​Others had an issue with the squirrel being topless and set #getabra hashtag going.

    ​Some pointed out that it’s usually squirrels’ nuts people are thinking about.

    ​There were those who made a reference to some topics of heated debates.

    READ MORE: One Small Voice: Squirrel Interrupts London Environmental Committee Meeting

    ​The newly-born Internet celebrity inhabits a special squirrel garden at Tokyo’s Inokashira Park Zoo where little creatures move freely and can be easily photographed. The user, who scouted this furry beauty, seized an opportunity to promote the location as a “relaxation place.”

    However, Sputnik, of course, has no way of knowing whether these breasts are real or implants.


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