The House Mouse originated in the grassy plains of central Asia. It was transported west on ships of early trade merchants and immigrants. It is capable of survival in almost any environment. With the exception of humans the mouse is the most numerous and widespread mammal on the earth. The house mouse is small, and slender. The ears are large, and the tail is semi-naked and as long as the head and body together. The fur is usually dark gray on the back and light gray on the belly. A female will typically produce about eight litters in her lifetime. There are typically 4-7 pups per litter. If conditions are good, she is capable of giving birth to a litter every 24 to 28 days. Young mice are sexually mature within 5 to 8 weeks. Do the math and the numbers are quite staggering.
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