Everything is God’s power that can cause this natural event to happen.
This mouse can howl like werewolf and are immune to centipede and scorpion toxins. The power of God who created it or just an adaptation?
In the middle of the Sonoran Desert, this mother grasshopper mouse tends to her pups. While tiny and adorable, don’t be mistaken. This is not your common house mouse. From the day they are born, these mice are natural killers. Insects, lizards, scorpions, and even, other mice, are all on the menu. This mouse is distinguished from most other rodents in its reliance on a meat-based diet. It regularly takes on prey as large, or larger, than itself. Making the grasshopper mouse even more of a stand out is its immunity to scorpion venom. Not only can it withstand the typically, deadly stings, its body has adapted to convert the toxins into a pain killer. Before it enjoys another fresh kill, the mouse proclaims its territory, by howling. The mouse throws its head back and lets out a high-pitched cry, into the night sky. Giving it the nickname of werewolf mouse.