Can a mouse freed from a trap survive?
There are catch and release traps in hardware stores. Peanut butter is the best bait. The mouse walks in but cant leave but you can easily open the door and shake the mouse out on the ground
African pygmy mouse
The African pygmy mouse (Mus minutoides) is one of the smallest rodents. It is widespread within sub-Saharan Africa, and is kept as a pet in other parts of the world. Like the common house mouse, it is a member of the enormous superfamily Muroidea, which includes about 1000 different species. Grey to brick-red overall, it is pale on the underside and has small but prominent triangular ears. Adults are between 30 and 80 mm (1.2 and 3.1 in) long, with a 20 to 40 mm (0.79 to 1.57 in) tail, and weigh from 3 to 12 g (0.11 to 0.42 oz). African pygmy mice reach breeding age at about 6 to 8 weeks. Pregnancy lasts for around 20 days and the litter of about three young is born blind and hairless. Their eyes open after 2 weeks, and weaning is complete after 4 weeks. The lifespan is about 2 years, although individual specimens have been reported to live over 4 years in captivity. The African pygmy mouse has a number of unique traits. It stacks pebbles in front of its burrow. Overnight, the pebbles gather dew and in the morning, the pygmy mouse drinks the dew on the pebbles. After that, it retires to its den. Its method of sex determination has also been found to differ from most mammals in that rearrangements of the X chromosome have led to many XY individuals actually being female. They live in colonies or in pairs in grass close to water and are excellent climbers.
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Gray-bellied tree mouse
The gray-bellied tree mouse (Pogonomys sylvestris) is a species of rodent in the family Muridae. It is found only in Papua New Guinea. It is consumed by the Kalam people of Papua New Guinea, and is hunted by women who look for it in its burrows.
Great hopping mouse
The great hopping mouse (Notomys robustus) is extinct. It is known only from skulls found in owl pellets in the Flinders Ranges. Some pellets also include bones of the introduced house mouse-indicating that it survived into historic times, possibly the second half of the 19th century. From the skull, it appears to have been relatively large (perhaps the size of N. amplus or a little more) and to have escaped collection by early 19th century naturalists by chance. From the location of the deposits it is assumed that it preferred clay rather than sandy soils. It is notable that very few of the clay-living hopping mice have survived European settlement, sand dunes apparently providing a more secure refuge from competitors and predators. It is also commonly known as the broad-cheeked hopping mouse
Crested-tailed deer mouse
The crested-tailed deer mouse (Habromys lophurus) is a species of rodent in the family Cricetidae found in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Mexico
What is the best way to get rid of a mouse?
If you ever get the chance to corner the mouse instead of trying to catch or hit it you could use a wire clothes hanger and sweep it back and forth tripping it and breaking its legs. It's pretty effective. I am only suggesting this because I saw traps and figured death is an option. Or pop in an American tale or ratatouille and decide to coexist.
Soft grass mouse
The soft grass mouse is a species of rodent in the family Cricetidae. It is found in Ecuador and Peru.
Help, there is a mouse living in my house!!!!?
shoot the mouse
In 1986, the first mouse was cloned in the Soviet Union from an embryo cell. The first mouse from adult cells, Cumulina, was born in 1997 at the University of Hawai'i at Mnoa in the laboratory of Ryuzo Yanagimachi using the Honolulu technique. In 2008 Japanese scientists created a cloned mouse from a dead mouse that had been frozen for 16 years. This was the first time a mammal had been cloned from frozen cells.