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Crete Spiny Mouse (Acomys Minous) by cretanbeaches.com users, via Flickr

Crete Spiny Mouse (Acomys Minous) by cretanbeaches.com users, via Flickr

farm MOUSE mice | spiny mouse (scient. Acomys minous) a threatened species of mouse ...

farm MOUSE mice | spiny mouse (scient. Acomys minous) a threatened species of mouse ...

The African spiny mouse, a desert rodent that has become an exotic pet, can shed up to 60 percent of the skin on its back and fully regrow the lost tissue.

Exotic mouse could hold key to skin regeneration

The African spiny mouse, a desert rodent that has become an exotic pet, can shed up to 60 percent of the skin on its back and fully regrow the lost tissue.

African Spiny Mouse Found to Regenerate Body Parts Just Like Salamanders and Lizards

African Spiny Mouse Found to Regenerate Body Parts Just Like Salamanders and Lizards

Reminds me of my hamster Snowy I had in elementary school

Reminds me of my hamster Snowy I had in elementary school

Acomys kempi-Acomys percivali

Une souris épineuse se défend grâce à une peau détachable et à un pouvoir de guérison rapide

Two species of African spiny mice (one shown) are capable of shedding their skin if caught by a predator - the only mammals known to use the technique

Sea slugs protect themselves by cutting off their own back plates

Two species of African spiny mice (one shown) are capable of shedding their skin if caught by a predator - the only mammals known to use the technique

Gerbils....I had two....then I had one.....the I had this empty cage.....

Gerbils....I had two....then I had one.....the I had this empty cage.....

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