You have been warned – it’s the attack of the squirrels! You are just walking around, enjoying the park, the sun and the trees. Innocently enjoying yourself, maybe even having a snack…
But what was that? From the corner of one’s eye you noticed something scampering around behind your back.
You turn around and you see nothing at first but then you notice this little fluffy thingy – a squirrel! ‘Aww’…you may think – but beware, it’s not alone!
Before you can say ‘knife’ there is a whole bunch of fluffy squirrels staring with its beady eyes at your snack! You can now choose: share or run! So I shared my snack. They are too cute and I don’t want to find out what they’ll do to me if I didn’t share. ;)
St. James’s Park
London, SW1A 2BJ, SW1H 0, UK
The nearest London Underground station is St. James Park tube station on the District and Circle lines.
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