They hibernate like bears and squirrels.
They seek out and find a warm place, like your house. This is why you see more mice in your house during the winter!
I think they dig a hole and live there for winter with a large supply of food. They survive the same they do in the summer. They grow a thick coat and feed on rabbits and mice
In the winter field mice do not hibernate, but go into a torpid state. In this state they use less energy than usual, enabling them survive the food shortage.
things mice need to survive: food water shelter
koala survive in the winter because they survive in the winter :)
There are a number of ways that flies can survive the winter. Flies can survive winter if they have a warm places to stay.
The sunflower can't survive in the winter
Chipmunks survive in their burrows during the winter.
Mice do not hibernate during the winter. However, mice do store up food for the winter so they can stay in a warm place and not have to go out and collect food.
Mice usually burrow in a place that is not crowded or dangerous.
squirrles rely on there nests to survive the winter squirrles rely on there nests to survive the winter. they try to burry nuts but they forrget where they put them
If a fig tree's bark has been ate off by mice then it will not beable to survive because it has nothing to survive off of.
Well, it depends how long the journey is......... If it's up to 5 hours the mice could survive, any more than that there be little mice funerals.
What birds do to survive winter is they fly south because it is warmer.
it does something to survive the winter
the octopus survive in the summer and winter because it is an animal
A pagwen in winter and a monark butterfly in summer
Mice cannot survive when long term temperatures are lower than 45 degrees Fahrenheit. This is why mice will burrow and make nests out of items in the attic, basement, or garage.
It depends on the hair on it (Long,Short) Ushally they can survive in winter
how do squids survive in the winter
Yes, rats and mice need oxygen to survive.
Praying-mantis are tropical organisms, they do not live in regions where there is a winter so they do not need to have adaptions to survive a winter.
Some geese and swans survive the winter by migrating south. This means that they spend the winter in warmer climates.
A white bellied Caique can survive though winter if it can shelter its food that can last it though winter.
Mice can survive in water for a while by swimming, just as humans can, but mice cannot live in water as fish can...they can drown.
Mice have big ears because they need them to survive. Mice have very sensitive hearing to help them hear predators.