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Hungry squirrel reaches for nut


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This hungry squirrel recreated Michelangelo's famous painting of the creation of Adam as it reached for a walnut.

The hilarious snap was captured in a park and shows the furry critter clinging on to a tree while stretching for a snack.

The stunning photo looks like the famous picture on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in which God gives Adam the spark of life through his fingers.

Photographer Stanislav Duben, 33, took the photo of his 16 year-old-sister, Aneta, as she fed the squirrel.

He said: 'We went to the park with a bag of nuts and within seconds we were surrounded by squirrels.

'My sister is very good with animals and began feeding them. Within about half an hour they felt safe with her and were coming right up to her.

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Nice picture. Don't feed the pigeons Damn you!!

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That squirrel is nothing but a pet. Good picture, though.

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She couldn't have cracked the nut open for squirrely ?

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She couldn't have cracked the nut open for squirrely ?

Well I'm sure squirrels they prefer their own way to crack those....lol

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Clearly related to someone we all know well... :p

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NEVER underestimate the intelligence of squirrels!! They make an art form getting around the most comples anti-squirrel features on bird feeders. Not too bad at raiding outdoor snack machines either.

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