they go to bed and get warm
if its in a mouse trap then that is how they die but it could be food posin
It depends on the type of poison. With anticoagulants, it may take the mouse a long time to die. Since anticoagulants interfere with blood clotting and blood clotting is necessary to repair wounds, many mice won’t die until they cut themselves or get into a fight with another mouse. Essentially, the mouse would bleed to death shortly after a fight. This way for a mouse to die is rarely discussed, but happens frequently because mice often fight with each other.
The other, slower way to die would be from a Vitamin K deficiency due to the long-term effects of the anticoagulant poison. In this case, the mouse would simply get tired and to to where it usually sleeps, then die peacefully.
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