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Somehow there has arisen a misconception that glue traps kill mice. Usually, by the time people find a mouse stuck to a glue board, the mouse is already dead so it’s easy to see how this misunderstanding came about. But the trap itself did not kill the mouse.
When a mouse steps on a glue board, they don’t have enough physical strength to overcome the stickiness of the glue. When one or more of their feet become stuck, they panic and begin flailing around.
The more they fight to get free of the glue, the more they come in contact with it. Within a few seconds, their whole body can be stuck to the glue board.
Their frantic attempts to free themselves not only makes the situation worse, but they also over-stress their heart in the process. Basically, they work themselves into a heart attack from shock, fear, and exertion.
They can also wind up covering their nose and/or mouth with glue, cutting off their airway. In that case, they suffocate to death. Either way, they die a fairly violent, painful death.
If they survive their initial encounter with the glue board, they’ll wind up dying slowly from starvation or dehydration over a period of several days, sometimes up to five days before they finally die.
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