The capital of Finland was chosen unusual animals
in Helsinki, capital of Finland settled 12 flying squirrels, six of them chosen by the central park. Flying squirrels in Finland protect so active that even prohibited the construction of their habitats
The last time the population of flying squirrels was recorded in Helsinki in 1930 years.
On a photo of protein, which was found in the elevator Lappeenranta University. Flying squirrel similar in appearance to small korotkouhuyu protein, but between the front and hind legs she has broad skinfold coated wool - patagia, which plays the role of a parachute and partially bearing surface at the pole. Dimensions in her small, slightly less than normal proteins: body length of 12-22, 8 cm, tail - 11-13 cm, foot - 3-3, 9 cm, ear - 1, 5-2, 1 cm; weight to 170 g