Where do field mice live?

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Field mice live in the gardens where they hide in the burrows. The field mice are shy nocturnal animals that feed mostly on the garden plants. The farmers consider them as a major pest problem in the gardens.
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In burrows in the ground. If it gets really cold they will try to move into a house.
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Voles live in the temperate and tundra regions of Europe, Asia, North Africa and North America.
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