Mouse

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2023-07-18 Snargl 0 minute 0 second

Where does the Mouse live?

The mouse is a small rodent that can live in various habitats around the world.

Depending on the species, mice may live in forests, grasslands, or manmade structures.

Mice usually make burrows underground or find shelter in hidden areas near food sources.

Some common places where mice live, hide, or nest are:
  • Inside or beneath kitchen and bathroom cabinets

  • Inside or behind cabinet or desk drawers

  • Under or behind kitchen appliances

  • Under furniture or inside upholstered furniture voids

  • In secluded corners of cluttered rooms, garages or attics

  • Inside stored cardboard boxes

  • In wall voids or crawl spaces

Mice are nocturnal animals, meaning they are more active at night.

They eat a variety of foods, such as fruits, seeds, grains, and insects.

Mice are also social animals, and they often live in groups with a dominant male and several females.

Mice can reproduce quickly, and a female mouse can have up to 10 litters of 3 to 14 young per year.

Mice have many predators, such as cats, birds, snakes, and foxes, so they need to be alert and agile to survive.

Mice are also known to carry diseases, such as hantavirus and salmonella, that can infect humans.

Therefore, it is important to prevent and control mice infestations in homes and buildings.
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What does the Mouse look like?

The mouse is a small, furry animal with a long tail and a pointed snout.
It has two ears on the top of its head and two eyes on the front of its face.
It has four legs with tiny claws and a pink nose that can sniff out food.
The mouse can be brown, gray, white or black in color, depending on its species and habitat.
It likes to eat seeds, grains, fruits and insects.
It is very agile and can run, jump and climb quickly.
The mouse is often considered a pest by humans, but it can also be a pet or a laboratory animal.

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