Can Mice Climb?

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Mice can climb up any surface that has texture to it. They are able to squeeze through the smallest gaps and infest structures in houses as they search for food. You can get rid of them using break-back traps, humane traps, and rodenticides.
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everything as long as its at an angle! lol.
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Mice climb glass by using their feet as suckers on the glass. A mouse (plural mice) is a
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The cat carries them up there in it's mouth. Actually, it is a little known fact that mice can jump 10 times their own height. That's how they get into your bed and knaw at you brain
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generally mice don't do what you have said, they go into homes and look for food, not usually go near humans, but anything they can nibble on, or take away. If they were in your hair
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Mice are excellent climbers. Don't stack firewood next to your building and keep vegetation trimmed. Also, keep tight fitting lids on your trash cans. You can find more information here: http://www.extension.umn.edu/info-u/household/BK591.html
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