National Geographic : 1947 May
Beautiful, in Mid-air, Tries for a Shoulder Landing Before she jumped, she studied the distance carefully, cocking her head at different angles (page 665). Usually she judges the leap accurately. Occa sionally Brother prefers to land in Mr. Walker's face. Jrnest r.walKer Needle-sharp Claws Take aFirm Shirt-front Grip Mr. Walker signaled the landing place bypatting his shoulder with one hand. Claws tickle through the shirting. From nose tip totail tip aflying squirrel is about 9 inches long, but weighs only 3/ounces.