Squirrels are mammals. It looks a little like a rat, bigger than a rat. Its tail is fluffy and especially long. It is good at jumping. Living in pine forests, eating dried fruits, berries and young leaves. Squirrels belong to the squirrel family of rodents, which generally refers to a large class of rodents with fluffy hair on their tails.
Squirrels are mainly distributed in coniferous forests or mixed coniferous and broad-leaved forests composed of pine, larch and spruce. Due to the relatively rich and stable food sources, squirrels can maintain a high population density in coniferous and broad-leaved mixed forests, and can use small woodlands in suburbs and even cities to become companion animals.