Some people think rodents are absolutely disgusting. But that is completely wrong, and the mice inside tulips that we’ll see today are an example of that. The super cute pictures were captured by Miles Herbert, a British photographer who does workshops and photography classes for people interested in capturing “birds, reptiles, frogs and other animals.”
“These crop mice were photographed in an indoor studio,” Miles said. “We provide a service to photographers looking for high-impact photos of animals, and using a purpose-built studio means that we are not climate dependent. There is also an option to photograph animals outside if the client wishes,” says the photographer.
“Almost every animal we photograph is bred in captivity, rodents are bred to be released into a local nature reserve – we prefer to use captive animals instead of wild populations,” he continues. It’s not just the artists who benefit from the photo shoots! Rats love to eat the stamens and the nectar of the flowers, so it’s two in a row: cute pictures for us and good food for them. It’s an ideal situation for all involved, and we can’t help but be enchanted with these little creatures, playing among the tulips and snuggling among the petals.
See some of the wonderful pictures below… get ready for a cuteness overload!
Images of mice inside tulips
No doubt a proof that rats are absolutely magnificent animals, despite their bad reputation. Share if you liked the photos, and say which was your favorite in the comments!
Source: Bored Panda