Tommy Tucker (died June 25, 1949) was a male Eastern gray squir... -
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Tommy Tucker (died June 25, 1949) was a male Eastern gray squir...

wikipedia - 14 Nov 2016
Tommy Tucker (died June 25, 1949) was a male Eastern gray squirrel who became a celebrity in the United States, touring the country wearing women's fashions while performing tricks, entertaining children, and selling war bonds. A Washington Post columnist called him "the most famous squirrel ever to come from Washington."
tommy tucker (squirrel)

The Nutty Squirrel That Dressed in Drag

Hyperallergic - 08 Apr 2015
“You can't be friends with a squirrel — a squirrel is just a rat with a cuter outfit,” Sarah Jessica Parker once quipped. Obviously she had never encountered Tommy Tucker, a friendly gender-bending squirrel from the 1940s who took cute outfits to a ...
tommy tucker (squirrel)

Tommy Tucker, Washington's most famous squirrel

Washington Post - 08 Apr 2012
And Tommy Tucker had been found dead inside his trailer — “apparently of a heart attack brought on by old age,” Bryant wrote. Tommy Tucker was the most famous squirrel ever to come from Washington. He came from a tree, as all Eastern gray squirrels do.
tommy tucker (squirrel)

Castro plates five in RubberDucks' romp - 26 May 2018
With the help of four singles and aggressive baserunning in the first inning, the Flying Squirrels jumped to a 4-0 lead. Jerry Sands extended it with a two-run shot in the top of the second, but Castro began to spark Akron's comeback in the bottom half.
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At CPAC, Rand Paul is wrong about the robot squirrel

Washington Post (blog) - 14 Mar 2013
He actually seemed to grasp the substance of the research, joking that a dearth of squirrel volunteers willing to stand in front of rattlesnakes with their tails in varying configurations had forced the researchers to develop a robotic squirrel to take ...
tommy tucker (squirrel)

How to speak squirrel

Washington Post - 09 Apr 2012
Well, there's an animal a lot more common around here than apes: the squirrel. And Dr. Robert Lishak at Auburn is among biologists who study the sounds squirrels make and what those sounds mean. Dr. Lishak is my guest today. Please talk to him about ...

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