How High Can a Mouse Jump?

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Most individuals are surprised to discover that field mice can jump surprisingly high. In fact, a field mouse can jump as high as eighteen inches. Furthermore, rats are able to jump twice as high as mice can.This is why anyone will tell you that just because you put something up high, it does not mean a mouse cannot get to it.
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There are swamp wallabies, scrub wallabies and rock wallabies. The average. rock wallaby. can jump two and a half times its own height, and can safely leap down from much greater
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A leopard can jump almost 10 feet high (vertically) and 20 feet horizontally.
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The average that a mouse can jump in height is about a foot, but they can jump pretty far in length, much farther than height, about 4 feet in length.
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