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Can Mice Climb?

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Mice can climb on any surface and enter the house from ground level to the roof. They can easily ascend any vertical surface, such as concrete, brick and wood.

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Due to their size, mice can climb walls with much flexibility. They can also jump 36 inches vertically, as well as down without sustaining injuries. Upon getting into the house, mice can cause huge destruction, as they tend to gnaw anything, including wood, plastic, wires, paper, vinyl, rubber and other materials. They can stay anywhere provided that the place is warm and safe for them. They can also use any little opening to get into the house or move around the house.

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