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The Wild Mouse is a type of roller coaster consisting of sharp, unbanked turns that are navigated by single-car vehicles. Generally, Wild Mouse roller coasters are generally small in size and have no inversions as the thrill is created by quick changes in direction. These characteristics have led to the Wild Mouse being very common with travelling fairs. Many amusement parks also operate permanent installations.
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