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Moose and Squirrel


HW3D President
Staff member
Those hooves are way too small - unless American moose have more dainty feet than Scandinavians..

Random image of Norwegian moose I found online (big, so only thumbnail)
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Edit: actually, the legs in general look very weird, much too short for one. Moose are mostly legs! But I don't know if that would be down to continental differences or not

Yeah, I'll keep tweaking. We'll get there.


Contributing Artist
Hmmm, if we could still keep the horsy nostrils then he'd make a good draft mule :D

maybe one day the "god of 3D creation" AKA Chris might make you one LOL

and really cute ones too! (not those scary ones USA has hahaha)
But .............. They arn't that scary!! ..... well except when you go outside at night and happen to walk into the middle of a possum party.......near the feed troughs .......... then again the raccoon trashcan punch parties are the worst ........ they are always leaving stuff all over the yard when they are done......and then running into the oncoming car headlights, but the poor starving turkey buzzards do appreciate it.


Suggestions for inclusion to the Squirrel Morphs - Giant Asian Squirrels. They are among the biggest and in my opinion the most impressive squirrels in the world. The biggest squirrel though is the Red and White Giant Flying Squirrel.

The Giant Asian Squirrels includes:

1. The black giant squirrel or Malayan giant squirrel (Ratufa bicolor)

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2. The Indian giant squirrel or Malabar giant squirrel (Ratufa indica)

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The red and white giant flying squirrel (Petaurista alborufus)

1. Resting

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2. In flight

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Wow, I've never seen these beautiful types of squirrels before- thanks for posting.