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No there isn't.

every perfect square number can be factored into Prime number. At their factoration you'll always have multiples of two on the primes exponent. Therefore you'll multiply a prime raised to a 2-multiple number with another prime raised to a 2-multiple number wich gives you also a number that factored gives you a product of prime numbers raised to a 2-multiple number and so, a perfect square.

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