Woman Lets A Mouse Go Only For It To Get Nailed By A Hawk Seconds Later

Hawk snags mouse

He was just waiting for it.

I can’t help but laugh at this. They thought they were being nice releasing the mouse only to basically feed it right to a hawk.

That is the reality of nature.

Mice are small, agile rodents that are found in a wide range of habitats, from forests and grasslands to urban areas. They play an important role in the food chain, serving as prey for a variety of predators, including hawks.

Hawks are birds of prey that are known for their sharp talons, eyesight and swift flight. They are skilled hunters that use a variety of tactics to catch their prey, including mice. One of the most common hunting techniques used by hawks is the dive, where they dive at their prey from high in the air, using their talons to grab the mouse and kill it.

Hawks are also known for their excellent eyesight, which allows them to spot mice from high in the air. They can see mice moving on the ground from several hundred feet away.

This was an easy one for the hawk though…

A woman is seen releasing a trapped mouse on her back deck. She is excited to the let the little guy free.

As soon as she opens the trap the mouse takes off on a tear. It gets out in the yard and a hawk swoops in and snags it in a flash. The people are shocked but can’t help to laugh about the situation right in front of them.

Nature is hardcore… all of the time.

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