Rodents are very resourceful. They can make a meal out of nearly anything when they have to. They can adapt to almost any environment. They have teeth that continually grow, allowing them to gnaw away at tough things without permanent damage to their biting power. It's fitting, then, that Disney's main mascot is a mouse. Sure, this one wears bright red shorts and dapper white gloves, but don't let the civilized exterior fool you. Mickey's seemingly shy demeanor belies a highly adaptable critter who's not afraid to strike out into new territory when he sees an opportunity. This time, the opportunity lies in the Middle East, with its 200-million-strong youth market, according to Variety.