Mice -Mild In Their Own Habitats, While Wild In New Environs

Small size, fastness, and adaptability are some traits that make mice survive in any environment and as a widely prevalent mammal species on earth. Reaching any part of the crop- flowers, fruits, corns, seeds and stems for food is easy for them.

Mice in our homes and shops cause hell of havoc by eating away the foods and corns, aside from biting out clothes. When in burrows in forests and natural habitats, they lead their life quite cutely, though consuming paddy and corns from the fields is always a menace. In New Zealand, Australia and South Pacific Islands, where mice were newly introduced, they proliferate limitlessly in the absence their natural enemies, devouring crops and birds. via boredpanda

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