If you are a mouse running around at the Museum of English Rural Life, you probably won’t be for long. A mouse trap located at this museum is 155 years old, but it’s still working. The Perpetual Mouse Trap may have been made by Colin Pullinger & Sons in 1861, but  it recently caught a curious mouse without any bait to lure the mouse in.

 

 

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A Museum’s 155-Year-Old Antique Mouse Trap Is Still Catching Rodents

Now here’s a testament to build quality. If you’ve ever lamented about your electronics dying after just a few years, you’ll be impressed with Colin Pullinger & Sons’ Perpetual Mouse Trap which, 155 years after its design was originally patented, is …

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