The term "mouse" can refer to any number of small rodents within the Muridae family. The House mouse Mus musculus, is often associated with human populations and can be found on every continent. Mice, like all rodents, have ever growing incisors, and therefore, need to chew on wood or other materials to wear them down. This, along with their appreciation for human food and crops, and the propensity to spread disease, causes the mouse to be one of humanity's worst pests.
- Gnawing on a piece of corn
- Skull Length 2.3cm (0.9055123in)
- Skull Width 1.3cm (0.5118113in)
- Skull Height 1.4cm (0.5511814in)