Squirrel grabs people’s attention while seemingly showing off his nuts and ripped physique

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No need to brag: Squirrel grabs people’s attention while seemingly showing off his nuts and ripped physique

  • The ‘torn’ squirrel with some large nuts – and not the edible kind – was spotted by Sarah Lenzenhuber in Missouri
  • Sarah managed to imagine the animal, which is also blessed with a ‘six pack’
  • The photo has since gone viral on social media, with many users targeting the squirrel’s unusually large testicles

An unsuspecting Missouri woman had to make a double effort when she saw a “torn” squirrel with a few large nuts – and not the edible kind.

Sarah Lenzenhuber managed to imagine the beast, which has also been given a ‘six-pack’, outside her apartment.

“I saw him walking my dog, took a double shot and then had a double laugh,” Sarah said.

“I wasn’t sure if I should post it somewhere, but then my sense of humor in elementary school got the best of me.”

The squirrel impudently poses for the camera

The squirrel impudently poses for the camera

The squirrel impudently poses for the camera

An unsuspecting Missouri woman had to do a double shot when she saw a ‘torn’ squirrel with a few large nuts – not the edible kind

Sarah later shared the image on Facebook, where the post has garnered more than 4,000 likes and 800 comments.

In the photo, the squirrel is standing upright next to a tree and unashamedly posing for the camera – showing off a body that people online have called ‘ripped’ thanks to its apparent ‘six pack’ and ‘abs’ muscles.

But viewers couldn’t help but focus on a little further south … because the squirrel appears to have unusually large testicles.

“His nuts are bigger than his head,” commented one person.

Another commented, ‘Wow, he has a decent supply of nuts for the winter,’ while one woman joked ‘his nuts are bigger than my partner’s.’

One user said, “I bet he has to be careful climbing trees and jumping from branch to branch.”

According to National Geographic, male squirrels have a scrotum that is 20% of their body length, not including the tail

According to National Geographic, male squirrels have a scrotum that is 20% of their body length, not including the tail

According to National Geographic, male squirrels have a scrotum that is 20% of their body length, not including the tail

Other viewers called the snap ‘shocking’ and ‘impressive’, while one fan called the squirrel a ‘show off’.

“The nut to squirrel relationship justifies that we should indeed address this squirrel as ‘sir,'” urged one person.

While the male rodent appears to be particularly well endowed, male squirrels have a scrotum that’s 20% of their body length, not counting the tail, according to National Geographic.

In addition to its seemingly bulky scrotum, the creature’s entire body is drawing the attention of its new fan base.

“Dude isn’t just gifted, he’s ripped – look at those dicks,” one person said.

Another person commented, “Does he have a six pack too?”

“Wow, those abs !,” said someone else.

This squirrel isn’t the only animal to hit the news this week.

An overheated Golden Retriever puppy opened a refrigerator door and climbed inside to cool off as the sweltering summer temperatures in Thailand hit 107 degrees Fahrenheit.

Meanwhile, a 28-day-old bear cub named Boncuk was depicted locked in a heartwarming embrace with a chimpanzee at a zoo in Turkey.

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