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YES! A female mouse is the protector and provider of her young until it is safe and ready to fend for itself. If you remove the young prematurely she will be extremely upset. There are different levels of parental investment in the animal Kingdom. 1.Little parental Investment- A mosquito who drops her eggs off in a pond 2.Some Parental Investment- African Cichlids put the baby fish in her mouth to protect it after they are born. 3.More Parental Investment- Mice and many mammals remain with their young ( in mice they are called pinkies) until they are nursed, have grown in size and are fully capable of surviving on their own. 4.A lot of Parental Investment- Monkeys, Some Birds and Humans maintain close bonds with their offspring even after they are fully grown and independent. Yes

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