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Caught between Nazgul and Shelob
BBC Natural History hasn't been the same since they made Peter Jackson executive producer...



Whatever they're paying that mouse, it's not enough.
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I can't remember quite how it arose, but it is traditional in our house to cry, "Stunt mouse!" whenever a mouse is seen scurrying around the skirting board in a drama. Other creatures can be substituted as appropriate, eg "Stunt pigeon!", "Stunt rat!" etc.

I bet there really is someone, somewhere, training them for that purpose.

I'm firmly convinced the reason Bristol's urban foxes are so bold is because they're checking out every human they see to find out if said human might be from the Natural History unit scouting for talent.

And in other news, our cat clearly hasn't got her head around the concept of "The vet put you on a strict diet, so if you're going to supplement that diet with the occasional mouse, kindly eat it outside where Wellinghall & I never know about it". The mouse was still alive, and between us we managed to rescue it. Diet adhered to - this time.

I'm firmly convinced the reason Bristol's urban foxes are so bold is because they're checking out every human they see to find out if said human might be from the Natural History unit scouting for talent.

Some of them have agents.

Not available in my country, but based on the still and those being Harris' hawks, that looks to have been filmed not far from here.

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I would guess so. Unfortunately I didn't watch the whole programme, so can't say for sure.

I run a mouse portfolio agency. Only problem is, one mouse looks very much like another.

That might be an advantage - the same way identical twins are useful for getting round child labour laws.

One mouse, shrew mouse, tree mouse, dormouse...

Saw that programme and the camera work was remarkable.

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