This photo taken in the London Underground wins top wildlife photography prize

This year, London's Natural History Museum has awarded its most prestigious prize to a photo of animals often overlooked and disregarded: mice. 

Sam Rowley, who took the photo, was named Wildlife Photographer of the Year. He spent a week trying to capture his winning photo, "Station Squabble," from platforms of the London Underground.

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