Rats are the most common rodents in the world. They are found in every country, on every continent, and on every island. Their population is estimated at between 200 and 500 million. They are found in the wild and in human settlements. They are omnivores and survive on a diet of plants, fruits, nuts.
There are about 2 dozen rat species around the world. They live in all sorts of climates and habitats. Rats are omnivores and have a varied diet. They are one of the few animals that can live in the desert and the Arctic. They are also one of the only animals that can live in the sewers.
Rats are born with a full set of teeth, which they use to chew through things. They are also born with a full set of whiskers, which they use to navigate their way around. Rats are born blind and deaf, but they can see and hear within the first two weeks of life.
The average rat can jump up to 30 centimetres high and can run at speeds of up to 5.4 kilometres per hour. Rats are also able to swim and can hold their breath for up to two minutes underwater.
Rats are actually very intelligent creatures. They can be trained to do things like find drugs, detect diseases, and sniff out bombs. One rat can find a scent that's less than one part per trillion. That's like finding a needle in a hayshed, not just a haystack.
The problem with rats
Rats are not only a pest, but they are also a major food source for many animals. Cats, owls, hawks, snakes, and other animals will eat them. Rats are also hunted and eaten by humans. They are often a part of the cuisine in countries like China, Vietnam, and India.
Rats are not only a pest in the city, but they can also be dangerous. Rats carry diseases such as Leptospirosis and Hantavirus. Rats are also known to carry fleas and ticks, which can also carry diseases. They have been known to carry diseases such as rabies and bubonic plague. They are also responsible for the spread of foodborne illnesses. They also contaminate food with their droppings and urine.
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