How Many Babies Do Mice Usually Have?

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The average litter size for a mouse is between 10 and 12 babies. Inbred mice tend to have smaller litters than other mice, and a longer gestation period.
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Mice usually have litters of 4-8 young. However ,since mice can begin breading at 4 weeks old the number of yound it can produce over a lifetime is easily over 120! Thats a lot of
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1. Place mouse traps around the home. Choose the traps that best suit your needs. A live trap allows you to capture the mouse without killing it. Keep in mind that traps with a neck-snapping
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Sometimes mother mice will only feed a certain number of babies. Babies can be accidentally be killed during delivery or post-birth cleaning, because mouse teeth are very sharp. Baby
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