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A curious squirrel was noticed and took full advantage of the end of summer flowering by taking the time to smell a yellow daisy in a field near Vienna, Austria

Always take the time to smell the flowers … even if you are a squirrel! Animal enjoys a good scent while searching for food

  • Cute photo captures the moment when a squirrel leans to smell a flower
  • Was noticed in a hug with a golden-yellow daisy in Vienna, Austria
  • Image was taken by nature photographer Dick van Duijn, 34
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Now that autumn is fast approaching, nature lovers have only a few weeks left to get the best out of the clear summer.

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And animals are no exception, as this curious squirrel was seen and took the time to smell a golden-yellow daisy in a field near Vienna, Austria.

Wildlife photographer Dick van Duijn, 34, was able to capture the exact moment when the squirrel even gave the flower a soft hug.

Seconds later, the squirrel decided to lean for a bite.

A curious squirrel was noticed and took full advantage of the end of summer flowering by taking the time to smell a yellow daisy in a field near Vienna, Austria

A curious squirrel was noticed and took full advantage of the end of summer flowering by taking the time to smell a yellow daisy in a field near Vienna, Austria

Hello, my petal: the squirrel seems to be calmed by the touch of the golden-yellow daisy, which has an average flowering period that lasts until mid to late September
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Hello, my petal: the squirrel seems to be calmed by the touch of the golden-yellow daisy, which has an average flowering period that lasts until mid to late September

Hello, my petal: the squirrel seems to be calmed by the touch of the golden-yellow daisy, which has an average flowering period that lasts until mid to late September

Seconds later, the squirrel appears to be leaning for a bite of flowering. The moment was captured by nature photographer Dick van Duijn, 34

Seconds later, the squirrel appears to be leaning for a bite of flowering. The moment was captured by nature photographer Dick van Duijn, 34

Seconds later, the squirrel appears to be leaning for a bite of flowering. The moment was captured by nature photographer Dick van Duijn, 34

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