While I don't have a scientific answer for this involving all sorts of plastics, I can tell you anecdotally (pardun the pun) that my wife found a large carpenter ant eating a rather large hole of approximately 3/8" in diameter through her shoe's synthetic foam-rubber footbed (inner sole?).
The last time I checked, my wife did not have wooden feet. However, I am offended that the ant must have turned it's nose up at my shoes!
absolutely, mice will chew through anything. Apart from wire wool, they hate the stuff
i am pretty sure that they do eat mice because they are field mice and field mice eat grain and if the grass grows maybe corn crops then the field mice would eat it !!
The woodworm can eat through plastic. Though this is not likely it has the ability to eat through different plastics.
yes snakes do eat mice
Oh Yes. I grew up in the country side and we had mice that used to eat through EVERYTHING ! If there is food on the other side of a 2 inch wood door they will eat through it.
yes mice will eat spiders and small insects.
They will, if you put food inside a plastic bag. A rat's teeth allows them to even chew through steel!
No mice can't chew into plastic cages, but rats can because they have very sharp teeth. Hope this helps!
Some mice are picky eaters, some are not. Most wild mice will eat anything they can get to. However, some pet mice will dig through the food bowl to find the sunflower seeds and eat only those.
depends on what kind of plastic will not with antifreeze jug
No. Oranges eat mice.
Not for the plastic. they will eat through it to get to something else however & may use as nesting mat'l.
They don't actually eat your clothes but they do chew holes through them and make nests with them.
yes for sure they do it all the time
Because large frogs are indiscriminate carnivores, and will eat any like-sized animal. Mice gain energy through eating materials, and frogs gain it through eating animals.
yes they do eat mice