Question by  priya60 (3)

What are field mice?

How are they different from other mice?


Answer by  case (1261)

Generally field mice are smaller than other mice. There are many different species of field mice and are found all over the world. Field mice normally live in rolling fields or pastures. They tend to eat clover and seeds from plants that grow in this habitat.


Answer by  bubbyboy (9929)

There is no difference in a field mouse and a 'house mouse.' Very seldom are there mice in the home in the summer but when it starts to get cold the mice will come in if they can.


Answer by  shan215 (98)

The term "field mice" is really a common name for different species of mice that are often found in fields, hence the name. In North America, it refers to a creature called a Meadow Vole.


Answer by  Jolie (1227)

Basically they are just wild mice. They are not really any different than a mouse you would find in a pet store I guess is just sounds better to say.

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