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“Catching up with processing some images. One from last weeks harvest mouse release.”

Harvest mice are seen playing among the plants in Dorset

The mice, Britain's smallest breed with a body only 1.5in long, were pictured in Wimborne, Dorset, by wildlife photographer Dean Mason.

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35 Adorable Photos Of Harvest Mice Living Their Tiny Lives By Dean Mason

Photographing harvest mice is fascinating, they can be incredibly quick and offer a challenge to photograph. They are incredibly acrobatic and fun to watch, always giving the aww factor!

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Photographer Captures Tiny Harvest Mice Amongst The Tulips And The Pictures Will Make Your Day

There's nothing more adorable than seeing a tiny little harvest mouse enjoying a frolick through the tulips. This photographer captures their beauty perfectly.

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Adorable Pics Of Harvest Mice Living Their Little Lives

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When they're in our homes and eating our food, most consider mice to be repulsive pests. But out in their native fields and woodlands, mice are about as cute as it gets. Because of their adaptability and speed, they are one of the most wide-spread and successful mammal species on Earth.

28 Teeny Tiny Wild Mice

When they're in our homes and eating our food, most consider mice to be repulsive pests. But out in their native fields and woodlands, mice are about as cute as it gets. Because of their adaptability and speed, they are one of the most wide-spread and successful mammal species on Earth.

Most of the photos of the mice are taken either in his conservatory or his back garden where he lives with his parents in Scarborough, North Yorkshire

Adorable mice are caught on camera climbing on wheat and flowers

The eight mice, which are a mere three to five centimetres long, are owned by amateur photographer Alex Meek, 31, who loves his furry friends like his very own family in Scarborough.