Size: House mice range in length from 12 to 20 cm and weight from 12 to 30 grammes.
Colour: They might be white, brown, or grey.
Their snouts are trapezoidal and have lengthy whiskers.
Mice have big, floppy ears as well as long, thin, hairy tails.
These rodents may be found all over the world in a wide range of temperatures and habitats. They may survive in captivity for up to six years; however, most normally live for less than a year. Mice are nocturnal, fearful, friendly, and territorial creatures.
Rats range in size from modest to giant rodents. On the other hand, Rats can grow to be as long as 40 cm and weigh far more than mice.
Their coats are white, grey, brown, or black, and they are frequently dirty enough to leave grease stains on touched surfaces.
The rat’s nose is blunter than that of the mouse.
Tails: Long, hairless, and scaly tails.
These rodents, like mice, may be found all over the world in a variety of settings. They are also nocturnal animals.