What Is a Field Mouse?

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A field mouse is a small rodent found in rolling plains or old houses. A field mouse is usually confused for a rat but field mice do not have claws and large front teeth like rats. It is claimed that these rodents are very intelligent.
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Vole
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Rodentia Family: Muridae
A vole is a small rodent resembling a mouse but with a stouter body, a shorter hairy tail, a slightly rounder head, smaller ears and eyes, and differently formed molars. There are approximately 155 species of voles. They are sometimes known…
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All mice are herbivores. This means mice will eat anything from a plant or any kind of fruit. Of course, we all know cheese is a big time favorite of theirs.
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1. Use a catch trap if you want to catch a field mouse without killing it. Available at most hardware stores, catch traps lure mice with bait and then shut the mouse inside the trap
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most field mice are commonly 1-2 inches when fully grown. but cane be smaller or larger.
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The largest a field mouse can be is about 4 to 5 inches long, with the majority being
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