Photos of Teeny Tiny Wild Mices That Will Make Your Day

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Field mice are regarded by most as repulsive pests since they burrow into our homes and eat our food. However, in their native fields and woodlands, tiny mice are about as endearing as they come.

Numerous predators, including the internet’s most beloved mouse-slaying nightmare, the average house cat, are out to get the cute mice due to their size (and possibly also because of their endearing appearance). Nonetheless, because to their adaptability and swiftness, they continue to be among the most numerous and prosperous mammal species on Earth; these beautiful animals can be found in almost every type of habitat and on almost every continent. And the very reason they provide such a great subject for breathtaking animal photography images is due to their sheer quantity.

In their native settings, harvest mice are cute and harmless, but when they are brought into unfamiliar environments, they can become harmful pests. Due to the absence of natural predators, they are able to spread unchecked throughout parts of Australia and New Zealand, severely harming native bird populations and agriculture. Before European explorers brought mice to the South Pacific islands, several birds were able to successfully nest there.

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