Learn More About Mice
The mouse (Mus musculus) can be recognized by its large ears and its brown or dark grey coat. It usually weighs between 10 and 20 g when fully grown, but the largest ones can reach 50 g. Its body measures up to 10 cm, and its tail is of the same length. You can easily recognize its presence by the scratchings or scurryings in the walls or ceilings in the evenings and at night. You may also find damaged objects, furniture, or food.