Mouse Fire is a U.S. independent dance-rock band from Polk County, Florida. They formed in 2006 and released their debut album Wooden Teeth in October 2007 to critical acclaim. The band took a brief hiatus from national touring to play locally and write/record their sophomore full-length album, Big Emotion released on Jun 8th 2010. Both records have been released on Lujo Records. The new album, which has had mixed reviews (mostly positive) was described by the Oklahoma Gazette as "a resolutely dance-floor-ready sound combining bristling funk backbeat, shimmying synth lines and big, harmonic vocal hooks that hark back to Hall & Oates, Air Supply and Chicago... graceful, pretty and foot-tapping."
White-bellied woolly mouse opossum
The white-bellied woolly mouse opossum (Marmosa constantiae) is a small pouchless marsupial of the family Didelphidae. It was formerly assigned to the genus Micoureus, which was made a subgenus of Marmosa in 2009. The specific epithet was given in honour of Constance Sladen (ne Anderson), wife of the naturalist Percy Sladen. She funded the 1902 expedition which collected the type specimen.
Angolan wood mouse
The Angolan hylomyscus or Angolan wood mouse (Hylomyscus carillus) is a species of rodent in the family Muridae. It is found only in Angola. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical dry forest.
Mouse's ears literally FALLING OFF!?
probably mites. clean out his pen and wipe it down so that it is sterile, then, if the mouse is still itching then buy some anthrax for it
Barbary striped grass mouse
The Barbary striped grass mouse (Lemniscomys barbarus) is a small rodent of the suborder Myomorpha. This monotypic species is native to coastal Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia in northwest Africa. In the past it was believed to also occur throughout a large part of Sub-Saharan Africa, but these populations are now treated as a separate species, the Heuglin's striped grass mouse (L. zebra). These relatively small Lemniscomys are among the species most commonly kept in captivity. The Barbary, Heuglin's and Hoogstral's striped grass mouse (L. hoogstraali) form a group that have a distinctly dark and light striped pelage. Other Lemniscomys either have more spotty/interrupted stripes or only a single dark stripe along the back.
Grasshopper mice are rodents of the genus Onychomys, occurring in North America. They feed on insects and other arthropods
This is about my computer mouse.?
I wont ask why but shaking the mouse is not a good thing lol.wireless mouse.maybe the batteries are not inserted properly? Wirless also meens it works with infrared, so make sur the mouse sees that too.If all fails and this is a new mouse.maybe reinstalling the drivers or returning to the store?.
Quimby the Mouse
Quimby the Mouse was created by Chris Ware while he attended the University of Texas at Austin from 1990-1991 (some of the strip was written from 1992-1993) The strip originally appeared in the student paper, The Daily Texan. The strip follows that of a seemingly depressed cartoon mouse, modeled after Felix The Cat and Mickey Mouse. Quimby constantly questions himself and wonders where he fits in. Chris Ware unusually advises readers on the first page to not buy the book, as he considers it to be not up to the same standard as his current work. The type of writing found in the strip is very typical of Ware, and the strip rarely contains a standard punch line.
Winkelmann's mouse (Peromyscus winkelmanni) is a species of rodent in the family Cricetidae found only in Mexico, and is named for John R. Winkelmann, who collected the first specimens.
Seurat's spiny mouse
Seurat's spiny mouse (Acomys seurati) is a species of rodent in the family Muridae. It is found only in Algeria. Its natural habitats are rocky areas and hot deserts.
Mouse brain mapping and simulation
Henry Markram mapped the types of neurons within the mouse brain and their connections between 1995 and 2005. In December 2006, the Blue Brain project completed a simulation of a rat's neocortical column. The neocortical column is considered the smallest functional unit of the neocortex. The neocortex is the part of the brain thought to be responsible for higher-order functions like conscious thought, and contains 10,000 neurons in the rat brain (and 108 synapses). In November 2007, the project reported the end of its first phase, delivering a data-driven process for creating, validating, and researching the neocortical column. An artificial neural network described as being "as big and as complex as half of a mouse brain" was run on an IBM Blue Gene supercomputer by the University of Nevada's research team in 2007. Each second of simulated time took ten seconds of computer time. The researchers claimed to observe "biologically consistent" nerve impulses that flowed through the virtual cortex. However, the simulation lacked the structures seen in real mice brains, and they intend to improve the accuracy of the neuron and synapse models.