HOW TO IDENTIFY MICE
Mice are members of the rodent family. They are known to transmit diseases to humans as they carry viruses that can infect us.
A common mouse is brown to gray in color with a long tail. Mostly, the tail is as long as the size of the mouse or in some cases, the size of the tail is bigger than the entire mouse. Adults have an average weight of ½ ounce.
They are very fast to move and aggressive when it comes to eating and getting a prey. That is why their front two teeth are highly sharp, they can eat and tear almost everything. They can eat almost everything we eat. They have very small hairs on their body which they sometimes drop on the food along with urine and other excretory materials.
Some notable signs indicating mice presence include mice droppings, unusual pet behavior, urine odors, gnawed holes, scratched surfaces, etc.