|Woodland Jumping Mouse|
|Cat Name :||Jumping Mouse|
|Common Name :||Woodland Jumping Mouse|
|Scientific Name :||Napaeozapus insignis|
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|Physical Description :||
Woodland jumping mice are small furry creatures with brown to black backs, tan to orange sides, white bellies, large feet, long ankles, and long white-tipped tails which account for two thirds of their total length.
|Physical Statistics :||
Length: 8.3 – 10 Inches (210 – 255 Millimeters)
Woodland jumping mice are rarely found in open areas, hibernate during the winter, are nocturnal, and eat seeds, berries, fungi, and insects.
|Social Organization :||
Woodland jumping mice are tolerant of each other; home ranges overlap in both genders. They are not extremely social, however.
|Approval Level :||None; Woodland jumping mice are fairly common and their presence does not suggest anything significant about the environment.|
|Kill Difficulty :||Low;
Woodland jumping mice are on the small side and have no weapons with which to defend themselves.
|Training Level :||Advanced;
While woodland jumping do forage on cloudy days, they are mostly nocturnal, and they can leap far; their erratic patterns of motion may also confuse the hunter.
|Hunting Tactic :||Land Rodents|
|Food Quality :||Medium; Though woodland jumping mice are small, they have nutritional value thanks to their diet.|