Like all other rodents and in general mammals, mice have the capability of reproducing. One characteristic of determining whether a living thing is actually ‘living’ is if they actually reproduce. Reproduction is the process whereby living organisms give life to offspring, usually after a period of time. The offspring usually develop inside the organism and are expelled from the body in a process called reproduction.
House mice are usually referred to as so because they are usually found in the house. Their common dwelling areas are usually in houses and specifically in attics. They create holes that they use to get through to the attic. These are the entry and exit points. Mice usually chew through anything because they have front sharp incisors that are very instrumental to them.
But why do mice love dwelling in the attic? Why don’t they dwell around open places? Why is the attic conducive enough for them? There are several reasons. These are: