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A squirrel was filmed while enjoying the current produced by an air conditioner.

The temperature in the state of North Carolina usually rises above 30 degrees Celsius on summer days. So residents of Wake Forest City were forced to turn on their air conditioner to cool off in late June.

What was not expected was that a daring visitor decided to also enjoy the air conditioner. A little squirrel climbed on the air conditioner fan at the outside of the house to enjoy the summer.

Although the outside of these devices usually releases hot air, the little animal did not seem uncomfortable. On the contrary, the squirrel seemed to be enjoying the wind blowing its tail up.

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