How Many Mice Live Together?

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Mice can live together in groups of three or four, but some mice live alone and others run in larger packs, especially field mice who have a large terrain of land to live on. When a pet mouse is put in a cage, it is usually best to keep the mouse alone or with only one other mouse. When a female mouse has a litter, she usually gives birth to anywhere from 5-10 babies. Many people believe mice are herbivores, but they are actually omnivores who will consume meat. They will also eat the bodies of fellow, dead mice.
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