Learning Bravery from a Pair of Mice
I had never met creatures more cowardly than those two mice, but, for some reason, they would never abandon each other.
Mus musculus domesticus
missma’amsurvival of the fittestHomo sapiens
Homo sapiens fewer
A'liya Spinner (she/him) is a non-binary writer and researcher, currently specializing in poison dart frogs but aiming someday for dinosaurs. In her spare time, she plays with her gecko, collects bones, and writes little tidbits for the magpie god that lives in her closet. Stalk his Twitter, @cladist_magpie, or visit her site: msha.ke/aliyaspinner
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