Mickey Mouse’s nephews are named Ferdy and Morty.
Mice don’t care much for cheese. But they do like peanut butter ... and gumdrops. Tests have proven that.
Columbus also brought mice.
Mice are extremely nearsighted. That’s why they always walk next to walls...so they can “whisker” their way along.
The field mouse is even more prolific than the rabbit.
A mouse can get through a hole that you couldn’t shove a dime through.
Maybe you’ve heard that archeologists have found more than 300,000 mummified cats in Egypt. But did you know that they also found a mummified mouse with one of those cats?
A mouse takes as many breaths in two years as an elephant does in 70.
The California mouse mates for life and is the only mammal that has been proved to be absolutely monogamous.
Lab researchers think the mouse population is about equally divided, half right-pawed and half left-pawed.
The biggest turkey to date was a 75-pounder, raised by the Jerome Foods Co. in 1967.