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Twitter goes nuts for Japan’s latest ‘sexy’ animal: a busty squirrel

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By David Jaskiewicz

First there was Higashiyama Zoo’s handsome gorilla, Shabani, figuratively flooding women’s basements across Nagoya. Now, there’s a new sexy beast causing a stir on Japanese Twitter. Though when we say beast, it’s a rather small one with two very big assets — as was gleefully pointed out by users earlier this month.

Meet the squirrel who’s packing some serious firepower in the cleavage division that would put 17th century milkmaids to shame.

Cue heavy breathing.

Japanese Twitter user @boblim1204 discovered the buxom squirrel at Inokashira Park Zoo in west Tokyo after it most likely time traveled from the 90s TV hit Baywatch.

The tweet captioned in Japanese reads 「今日リス園にも行ったけどむっちゃセクシーなリス撮れた」which translates to: “I went to the squirrel park today and got a shot of this sexy squirrel babe.”

So far the well-endowed squirrel has amassed more than 142,000 likes and more than 47,000 retweets across Japan and is now gaining notoriety globally.

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LOL! Only in Japan I guess.

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Why are the nuts covered (even if they were breasts)??

Still shaming nature??

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Whats next "Up fur" pictures?

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Cleavage is the only thing you can look up to and look down on at the same time. Unless said squirrel happens to be up a tree.

If people have a fixation with this, then it only confirms how busty Japanese women predominantly belong to the porn/水商売 industry.

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"the buxom squirrel at Inokashira Park Zoo in west Tokyo after it most likely time traveled from the 90s TV hit Baywatch."

Har!

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Try the original, nothing to hide.

https://twitter.com/boblim1204/status/1049632650112032770/photo/1

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Not much else to get excited about as far as breasts go over here I suppose.

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