Southern Grasshopper Mouse

Due to their territorial, cannibalistic nature, southern grasshopper mice are solitary animals.

Southern grasshopper mice are territorial, solitary animals.

They may, however, live in male-female pairs year-round, although this seems to shorten the lifespan, as one of the two partners inevitably kills the other.


Image | ©️ Nature Ali, Some Rights Reserved (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0)
Sources | (Kester, 1999)

 

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