How Much Do You Know About Mice?

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How much do you know about mice in Arkansas?

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We talk a lot about mice around here at McCauley Services and if you have been reading our previous blogs about mouse nests, or the dangers of mice then you are probably learning quite a bit. So we decided that it would be fun to put your mouse IQ to the test! That’s right, it’s time for mice trivia. We have 5 questions about mice and then the answers listed below so you can see just how much you know about these rodents.

Questions

  1. Are mice most commonly awake during the day or night? 

  2. Grass, cardboard and fabric are found in mouse nests, true or false? 

  3. Do mice breed seasonally or year round? 

  4. Mice are considered commensal creatures, true or false? 

  5. What size hole does it take for a mouse to squeeze through? (Hint: think coins)

Answers

  1. Night

  2. True

  3. Year round

  4. True

  5. Dime

How did you do? Leave us a comment!

If you would like to learn more about mice in Arkansas including how McCauley Services can take care of your mouse problem in Little Rock, Fayetteville or elsewhere in our Arkansas pest control service area, then please contact us at McCauley Services today. We have years of experience in dealing with mice as well as many other common household pests. Our home pest control services are designed to protect what matters most and will stop mice before they become a problem in your home. Or, if mice are already infesting your home, we can help with that too!

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