Now this is a neat looking squirrel!
I can’t find much info on this squirrel, but it appears to live in India. According to Wikipedia, it is also known as the Indian giant squirrel, and “is an upper-canopy dwelling species, which rarely leaves the trees, and requires tall profusely branched trees for the construction of nests. It travels from tree to tree with jumps of up to 6 m (19.69 ft). When in danger, the Ratufa indica often freezes or flattens itself against the tree trunk, instead of fleeing. Its main predators are the birds of prey and the leopard.”