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This nut had the potential to produce many offspring, who, in turn, could have been the catalyst for a whole new ecosystem, thereby creating a rich habitat that would have sustained countless lives, but I ate it.

It was too big for a shrew, sno. Wait a minute. Just how big are moles there? ha.

Seriously, I believe shrews are mouse size or smaller? This thing was 30 cms or more.

I seem to have a collection of images of dead animals for every eventuality.

Is this a dead mouse or is it...merely sleeping?

Shrews are a little smaller than a mouse. Moles here are the size of a rat.
Ditto. Then it was definitely a mole. Check out the claws.

How do you stop a mole from digging up the garden?
No, silly! Hide the spade!


My internet went down and I was unable to post the punchline. I bet you wish it had stayed down. Permanently.
Even with the luck of the Irish on St. Patty's day, we can only be so lucky. :LOL: :ROFLMAO:
Shrews are teeny. They can be a couple inches, and they have razor sharp teeth. Fast little things.
I just remembered. They are also venomous. Unbelievably. I do enjoy nature, Natural History. I made a wildlife pond in the garden, and there have been frogs, toads, and newts - which have bred for the last few years.