Squirrel viral

Photographer Dick Van Dujin captured the exact moment a squirrel flew across the water with a walnut in its mouth.
Van Dujin, 34, told Insider that he waited from “sunrise to sunset” and took around 1,000 photos to capture the perfect shot.
He had traveled to a forest in Brabant, a province in the south of the Netherlands, to photograph squirrels as they foraged for nuts to store for the winter.
Van Dujin also went viral earlier this year after he captured the exact moment a squirrel stopped to smell a daisy.
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Photographer Dick Van Dujin captured the exact moment a squirrel flew across the water with a walnut in its mouth.

Van Dujin, 34, told Insider that he traveled to a forest in Brabant, a province in the south of the Netherlands, to take photos of squirrels.

The photographer wanted to capture squirrels while they were collecting nuts in the forest.

“The squirrels are looking for nuts and collecting them in autumn,” he said.

“When they grab the nut, they will bury it somewhere in the ground so they can dig it up in the winter.”

Van Dujin said he was in the forest “from sunrise until sunset” as he waited to capture the perfect moment.

The photographer estimated that he took “around 1,000 photos” that day.

Van Dujin said the hardest part about the shoot was trying to get the squirrel in focus.

“It was moving so fast,” he said. “I had to track it with my camera and keep it in focus.”

But Van Dujin’s patience paid off as he captured the squirrel leaping into the air with the walnut in its mouth.

“I felt very happy and satisfied that I captured this perfect shot,” he said.

Van Dujin said that …read more

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