When the sharp frosts of autumn have begun, the jumping mouse looks out for a winter retreat.
Mrs. jumping mouse is a good mother, and never deserts her babies.
But the jumping mouse went in with him, enlarged the nest, and cuddled down to him.
The jumping mouse also is limited in its distribution by hydrosere communities, not by forests.
Have you ever seen Limberheels the jumping mouse when he was in a hurry?
This jumping mouse usually is silent but does utter various sounds.
The first frost rings the bed-time bell for the jumping mouse.
Vergeer (1948:91) collected a green frog, Rana clamitans Latreille, which had eaten a jumping mouse.
The boys killed this morning a jerboah, or what the Germans call a jumping mouse.
A water-color drawing of jumping mouse, by Gilpin; octavo size, pencil drawing of skulls of Shrews.