Super-sized mice are eating seabirds alive on remote island
Super-sized mice are killing millions of chicks on a remote island in the South Atlantic, threatening some species with extinction.
The mice have developed a taste for the eggs and chicks of the millions of birds that live on Gough Island, which is a UK Overseas Territory.
The RSPB says that without intervention, the endangered Tristan albatross is likely to become extinct.
There's currently a plan to eradicate the mice entirely in 2020.
Gough Island is one of the world's most important seabird colonies, hosting more than 10 million birds.