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    • Meghan Obom

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    • Ariel Malec

      I had to post another one! These pictures give a rare insight into the secret lives of tiny harvest mice (Micromys minutus). Photographers Jean-Louis Klein and Marie-Luce Hubert spent one year photographing the adorable little creatures in a project that saw them released from captivity into the wild A harvest mouse balancing between two stalks of grass in a field in Alsace, France

    • Vincentia Gerard

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      Field Mouse, Field Mice. Any of various small mice or voles, especially of the genus Microtus, inhabiting meadows and fields and often causing damage to crops. Also called meadow mouse. Field Mice by Jean Louis Klein & Marie Luce Hubert #rodents #mice #rats #topanimals #cute #adorable

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