The woodland jumping mouse is found in North America and is part of the Dipodidae family. It gets its name from being able to jump up to 9.5 feet using its extremely strong feet and long tail. Their diet consists of seeds, larvae, and fruits. They will gather food and eat as much as they can before they hibernate in November then re-emerge around April. Some mice are also known to not hibernate but live in peoples houses in the walls or basement.
- This study skin has some damage
- The two back legs are not attached to the skin
- There is a rip from the right side under the chest to the left side
- Front right leg is not attached to the skin
- Length 20.3cm (8in)
- Width 2.5cm (1in)
- Height 1.9cm (0.7in)