|Figure 1. How not to bonk your head as a flying squirrel.|
|Figure 2. Nightcrawler and flying squirrel|
from here and here respectively.
|Figure 3. Nom nom nom squirrel.|
Anyway, the other night I provided some feed for some flying squirrels, which they enjoyed immensely.
However I believe I may have used some genetically modified sunflower seeds, because when I looked back about 45 minutes later my flying squirrel looked like this:
It was much slower and seemed to have lost its apparation ability. In fact when I went outside to provide some more seeds, it looked at me....
Clearly this is a mutant flying squirrel. It was in the same place only a little bit later the same evening. It was eating the same food, but it lost many flying squirrel properties. Besides its basic lethargy, it also did not bolt when I went outside. As I approached the tree with a fresh supply of seeds and peanuts, it slowly turned, opened its maw revealing a row of dagger-like death and made some demonic hissing noise. Obviously, the rapid growth undergone by the flying squirrel affected its vocalization ability. It also appears to have changed its ability to sexually reproduce with a placenta and immediately evolved a pouch-like sac for fetal development.