Britons Smallest Rodent

As Britain’s smallest British rodent, harvest mice use their prehensile tails to help them climb. These creatures are extremely active and agile climbers feeding in the stalk zone of long grasses and reeds. Their eyesight is poor but the hearing very good and in the wild they will react rapidly to noise, either freezing or dropping into cover in response to rustling sounds up to 7m away.

As Britain's smallest British rodent, harvest mice use their prehensile tails to help them climb. These creatures are extremely active and agile climbers feeding in the stalk zone of long grasses and reeds. Their eyesight is poor but the hearing very good and in the wild they will react rapidly to noise, either freezing or dropping into cover in response to rustling sounds up to 7m away.

As Britain's smallest British rodent, harvest mice use their prehensile tails to help them climb. These creatures are extremely active and agile climbers feeding in the stalk zone of long grasses and reeds. Their eyesight is poor but the hearing very good and in the wild they will react rapidly to noise, either freezing or dropping into cover in response to rustling sounds up to 7m away.

As Britain's smallest British rodent, harvest mice use their prehensile tails to help them climb. These creatures are extremely active and agile climbers feeding in the stalk zone of long grasses and reeds. Their eyesight is poor but the hearing very good and in the wild they will react rapidly to noise, either freezing or dropping into cover in response to rustling sounds up to 7m away.

As Britain's smallest British rodent, harvest mice use their prehensile tails to help them climb. These creatures are extremely active and agile climbers feeding in the stalk zone of long grasses and reeds. Their eyesight is poor but the hearing very good and in the wild they will react rapidly to noise, either freezing or dropping into cover in response to rustling sounds up to 7m away.