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I have 6 available looking for they're forever homes.
Better off in twos or more, but can be ok on their own.
Fantastic to watch. They love to climb so would be great as more of a viewing pet
Please message with any queries as these are smaller than normal mice and need to live in glass tanks
Mother can be seen.
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