The common mouse is a small rodent measuring between 6.5 cm and 9 cm and weighing between 20 and 50 grams. Its body is long and cylindrical and covered with brown fur above and cream on it. The colour can vary depending on where habitat. Its tail is as long as the body is, her nose is sharp and his ears are a large and hairy part.
The common mouse eats lots of food, but his preference for the seeds.
The common mouse can live in any place where it can hide and make nests. The house mouse is very territorial and will defend its territory against foreigners. A dominant male will control the territory where there will be some subordinate males and females. The common mouse is very curious, she will explore what is new in its territory.
On average, the female gives birth to between 5 to 8 pups per litter and can have 5 to 10 litters per year.