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Field-Mouse






Category: Vi Making Friends With The Outdoor Folk

There is the little field-mouse, a short-eared and short-tailed little
creature with a thick neck and of a red-brown color. It feeds on grain
and seeds, and when hard pressed for food will also eat the bark of
trees.





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