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INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT RAT

INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT RAT

some of the interesting facts about Rats are as follow.
OMNIVOROUS
Rats are omnivores, this means they eat both vegetables and meat
RAT EXTERMINATOR LANGLEY
Rats are extremely sensitive to electromagnetic fields.

Rats have highly tuned senses and can become overwhelmed by the electromagnetic fields generated by electronic devices. Until a new rat is well acclimated to your home and shows no signs of agitation or irritation when exposed to electronic devices, you should keep her habitat in an area of the house with a minimum of electronic activity.

SOCIAL

Rats have a powerful social chain of command. The largest and strongest rats will get the best food and harborage.
LOVABLE.
Rats very lovable animals. They love being in the group of their own species or humans. They like playing collectively and love to sleep curled up together. They take care of the injured and sick rats in their group. When rats don’t have friendship, they can become lonely, depressed, anxious and stressed. A group of rats is called a mischief.
INTELLIGENT
Rats are sharp animals. They are more intelligent than rabbits, hamsters, mice, gerbils and guinea pigs for instance. They also have excellent memories. Once rats learn a direction-finding route, they never forget it.
SHY
Rats are probing but shy. They choose to run away rather than confront a potential threat.
Romans considered the rat to be a sign of good luck.
FOOD FOR PEOPLE
 Rats have been used throughout history as food for people and pets, religious icons, laboratory animals, pets, mine detectors, animals used in sports (such as the now illegal practise of rat baiting with dogs,) and some have even been trained to drag wires through walls making some electricians’ jobs go much faster.
POOR EYESIGHT
  Rats have very poor eyesight and are colourblind.
WORSHIPPED AND FED
RAT CONTROL BURNABY
Rats are routinely worshipped and fed in the Karni Devi, a temple completely devoted to them. These thousands of wild rats never gave any of their worshipper infected Bubonic fleas even during the plague years – scientists suspect this is because being territorial they kept invading rats (and their fleas) out of the area.
RIGHT HANDED
Most rats are right-handed.
LAUGHTER
 Rats have been proven to make a laughter-like noise (unable to be heard by the human ear alone) when tickled and dream while sleeping
 BREEDING
Inbred laboratory rats are created by breeding brother to sister for at least 300 generations. This produces animals who are more than 99% genetically identical, which is more similar then even current clones are!
SQUEEZING
An adult rat can squeeze into your home through a hole as small as the size of a quarter.
Rats can live for up to 18 months, but most die before they are one year old.
According to the Guinness Book of World Records the longest lived domestic rat died at seven years and four months of age (which far exceeds the 2-3 year expected lifespan.)
STRONG TEETH

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Rats have strong teeth that allow them to chew through glass, cinder block, wire, Rats can chew through metals such as copper and aluminium.
CLEAN ANIMAL
  Rats are a very clean animal; they spend several hours per day grooming them.
COMMUNICATION
Rats use high-frequency sounds to communicate with each other.
BODY TEMPERATURE
 They use their tail to control their body temperature because they cannot sweat.

 

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