Wood mouse feeding

Wood mouse feeding

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Caption: Wood mouse (Apodemus sylvaticus) feeding. Wood mice, also known as long-tailed field mice, are small rodents that are common throughout Europe. They are nocturnal and can grow up to 9 centimetres in length. If a wood mouse is caught by the tail, it can quickly shed the end of it in order to escape. However, the tail may never grow again. Photographed in Scotland, UK, in March.

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