02/03/2017 786 Victor
HOW DO MICE FIT IN SUCH SMALL SPACES?
If you’ve ever scoured the perimeter of your house for entry points an animal could enter through – and if you haven’t, you really should – you may wonder just how small an opening you should be concerned about. A favorite comparison often used by Dr. Bobby Corrigan, noted rodentologist and award-winning pest management consultant, states that if you can put a #2 pencil into a hole, a mouse would be able to get through it as well. Others like to use the dime as an example of the width a mouse can exploit. Basically, we’re talking about a space that is roughly ¼-inch across.
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