How to Get a Squirrel on Jungle Trials
So you’ve just finished Trials Rising and want a squirrel! Here’s a guide to getting your first black squirrel, as well as tips on how to find them in Trials Fusion. First of all, you should know that squirrels are rare in Trials Fusion, so you need to find them quickly. Luckily, there are several ways to find them, including the following:
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Getting a squirrel on jungle trials
Getting a squirrel on jungle trials is a challenging challenge that requires strategy, speed, and timing. The first part of the challenge is a lift ride where you must accelerate to the edge of the pipe and then bunny hop forward to land on the platform. When you land on the platform, another squirrel will appear, and after the penultimate squirrel rides into the shot, you have to keep your eye on the rotating colour panels. Watch for the Red and Blue sections on the top section of the lift for the first squirrel.
The second challenge is to learn how to read the body language of a squirrel monkey. If you can’t distinguish their calls and facial expressions, try imagining a small ranch-style building, where the squirrels are being housed. A few hours later, you’ll have a new friend. As if to prove it to you, they’ll chirp until you bring them outside.
Getting a squirrel in Trials Rising
If you’re wondering how to get a Diamond Squirrel in Trials Rising, you’ve come to the right place. This coveted collectible has been the talk of the Trials community ever since it was released. Unlocking it requires solving puzzles and completing quests in the underground temple. In this video guide, we’ll show you how to get it, including the hidden Easter egg that unlocks premium acorns and XP.
There are several different ways to get a squirrel in Trials Rising. Here are some of them:
Getting a squirrel in Trials Fusion
You might be wondering how to get a squirrel in Trials Fusion. It’s easy to get confused by the many different ways to do so. First, you need to find an electrical spark. You need to look in a place where you will see a wire with a small squirrel on it. Then, you need to find another one near the electrical spark. Once you get this, you should continue the level.
There’s a big ramp you need to jump over. Once you reach the top of it, you can see a sign that says “Slow Down.” Go to the bottom of the ramp to find the sign with the Squirrel on it. You’ll then need to bail out and enter the open compartment. Alternatively, you can hold the chain and wait until the squirrel appears.
Finding a black squirrel
A gray or black squirrel is difficult to spot on the jungle trails. This species lives primarily in trees. These animals are fast and can run up to 25 km per hour. They have large eyes located on the sides of their head and can see in all directions. The lenses of their eyes have a yellow filter to reduce glare and improve contrast in low-light situations. The tail of the gray or black squirrel is also reddish in color.
The dark fur is an evolutionary advantage. Squirrels with black fur are harder to see by drivers, which may be why they are less common in urban areas. Also, the darker fur helps to retain heat. The black morph squirrels have a better contrast to the road surface. This can be a challenge for hunters. You can also find these squirrels in the urban areas of Toronto. You can even find them in Queen’s Park.
What do you need to do to get a squirrel on Jungle Trials?
You need to put a piece of food on your head and stand still for a few moments.
What type of food do you need to use?
Any type of food will work but they seem to prefer nuts.
How long do you need to wait?
It varies but anywhere from a few seconds to a minute should do the trick.
What do you do if the squirrel doesn’t come?
Try moving around a bit or changing the type of food you’re using.
What do you do once the squirrel is on your head?
Slowly move to where you want to place it and then let it go.
What if the squirrel won’t stay put?
You can try using a bigger piece of food or hold on to the squirrel with one hand while you place it.
What do I do if I need to move the squirrel after it’s already on my head?
Gently grab it with both hands and move it to where you want it to go.
How do I get the squirrel off my head?
Wait for it to jump down or gently grab it and place it on the ground.
What if the squirrel bites me?
Try to remain calm and still until it lets go.
If it won’t let go you can gently pull it off.
What if the squirrel won’t let go after I’ve pulled it off?
Try blowing on its face or spraying it with water.
What if the squirrel runs away?
You can try following it and using a piece of food to lure it back but it’s likely that it won’t come back.
Can I use this method to get other animals?
Yes but you’ll need to use a different type of food for each animal.
What if the animal won’t eat the food?
Try a different type of food or wait a little longer.
What if the animal won’t stay on my head?
Try using a bigger piece of food or holding on to the animal with one hand while you place it.
What if I’m having trouble getting the animal off my head?
Try gently pushing it off with your hand or wait for it to jump down.
Jessica Watson is a PHD holder from the University of Washington. She studied behavior and interaction between squirrels and has presented her research in several wildlife conferences including TWS Annual Conference in Winnipeg.