This video is about yellow-necked mice.
Translated from the Dutch Mammal Society:
Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015
For years the yellow-necked mouse in the Netherlands was only known from the extreme southeast of Limburg province. Since 2005 from the German border they are expanding to the west. Meanwhile, the species is known from all our provinces bordering on Germany. The question now is: are yellow-necked mice taking over, or may they occur in the same habitats together with common wood mice?
In Northwest Europe two species of wood mice live, common wood mice and yellow-necked mice. The yellow-necked mouse is clearly larger, but in terms of food spectrum it is virtually identical to the ordinary wood mouse.
So far, research has not yet established clearly whether yellow-necked mice supplant wood mice.
Hello, it is nice to see a video form my YouTube account (foxandmore) on your WordPress blog. Thanks for sharing!
It is a good video 🙂 All the best for you, your blog and your videos!
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