House mouse - Mus musculus.
Mouse in the house? You might want to reconsider. Did you know that the house mouse is not native to the United States, and is considered an invasive species? Mice Control is challenging. In fact, mice are one of the most prolific animals in the world!
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It's a fairly safe bet that if there’s one sneaky four-legged, whiskered little rodent spotted sharing your Michigan home, there could be many generations of house mice comfortably nestled in your attic insulation, between the walls in your kitchen, in the garage, and hidden in the basement or elsewhere. They love to explore and their droppings & urine can be found throughout a home. You need a pest control expert for mice.
Weighing less an ounce, the mouse is a mostly nocturnal rodent easily recognized for a slightly pointed nose; small, black and slightly bulging eyes; and a hairless tail. Mice multiply quickly, with females giving birth to potentially 10 litters of five mice each per year. Seeds and grain are a dietary staple for the mouse living in the woods, but chocolate, bacon, butter and nuts — the food we humans love — are just as appealing for your resident mice.
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