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|Harvest Mouse sitting in a tulip flower. The mice love climbing in to the flowers to get at the nectar and sometimes curl up inside for a quick sleep. |
Harvest Mice (Micromys minutus) are the smallest of our UK rodents and are well known for their prehensile tails that they use as an extra anchor point when climbing around. They generally weigh between 4g and 6g with a body length of around 5 to 6 cm and a tail of around the same length.
Sad to see this place so quiet ... Progress eh?
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What a stunning image we hope all our creature of our home our planet Earth to find a shelter! a great message by image Bravo MILES HERBERT
It's so cute, love so much this little mouse, how lovely !
A charming image, excellent composition with complementary colors, a perfect moment to photograph, an expert work.
- [2017-05-29 16:58]
Super shot, is he your pet mouse? If not this is a shot of your lifetime
Never would have imagined that you will see a mouse in a flower. a Beautiful loveable shot.