Wood Mouse.

13th May 2012: Did an animal drop its dinner, or did the wood mouse drop dead?

6 Comments on “Wood Mouse.

  1. Hard to imagine some critter dropping it’s dinner and not retrieving it, but maybe it still will go back and pick it up.


  2. I think you’re on the right track with your former thought. Successful predators do not normally drop their prey. I’d speculate that the predator that got the mouse fell prey, in turn, to another predator (probably winged) and suddenly dropped everything in the face of a larger dilemma.


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