I have heard that if the babies get the smell of human on them then the mother won't touch it.
i touched my babies when they were about a day old which i shouldn't have and she didnt reject them but just don't take them away from the mother or pick them up try avoid to touch them because i do think the mother does abandon her babies in some cases of this happening
If the mouse is a pet mouse and not a wild mouse, no. The pet mouse will not have the fear of human scent.
This depends on the age, and how long the mouse is held. If it is a newborn, and it still greatly depends in it's mother, then chances are, it will. However, if your just poke the baby, it will have no affect. You have to have held it for long enough that your scent covers the thing, instead of its mother's.
Is the mother a mouse? Is the father a mouse? Then yes, it is a mouse.
because its mother is a mouse.
*"How many babies can a mother mouse have in her life?"It is possible for a mother to mouse to have over 9,000 babies in her lifetime.
There isn't much you can do for a newborn mouse! Just let the mother do her job (she knows best). Make sure there is plenty of food and water (for the mother) and some soft, warm bedding. Make sure not to disturb the mother and babies too much, this may make the mother anxious. make sure you dont touch they baby(s) for a few days after being born or they mother may disown them and not look after them they should start eating at around 2-3 weeks
Yes, a mouse will nurse young from another mother if the other mother is removed or deceased
A human can indeed eat a mouse. Humans do not typically eat mice because there is not enough meat on a mouse to feed a human.
no its not
A optical mouse uses a laser to guide your cursor, but a ball mouse has a sphere that touches the surface, as it moves, so does your cursor. Hope it helped!
after like 6 months