Mice – Most Common Pests
Mice can be found in just about every part of the world, and are known for their destructive behavior. Mice are one of the most common pests in Norway.
Mice are generally not aggressive and most bites occur when a person tries to handle a mouse or make it feel threatened. To prevent mice in your home, you must keep food sources out of reach and clean up any crumbs or spills immediately.
What Do Mice Eat?
So, we learned that mice are pests and they can be found anywhere, now let’s see Hva spiser mus? Mice are omnivorous, eating both plant and animal matter. They will eat almost anything that they can get their teeth on, including grains, nuts, fruits and vegetables. Mice will also eat pet food left out by owners and bird seed.
They are also known to eat insects and other small animals, including mice. If they can’t find any food, mice will turn to cannibalism.
How Do Mice Get Around?
Mice have a special type of cartilage in their vertebrae that allows them to move very quickly through tight spaces. This means that even though they are only about 6 inches long, they can squeeze through holes just one-quarter inch wide!
Mice enter buildings through cracks around the foundation or roof vents. They can also get inside through holes in the walls or windowsills if those areas have been damaged by water leaks or other problems with the building’s structure. Once inside, mice will nest in attics or basements where they have easy access to food sources such as pet food left out overnight and spoiled groceries in trash cans outside the home.
Mice can also be a sign of larger problems in your home’s structure. If you notice mice or rats in your house, it is important to have a professional inspect the building for any structural problems that may have caused them entry points into your home.