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Roof Rat

The roof rat can easily be compared to the Norway rat, but their ecological and behavioral habits can also help in identifying and properly eliminating these two species. One main way to recognize the characteristics of the roof rat is through their tail. The tail of this rat is hairless, and scaly, and is mostly


Norway Rat

One of the most successful breeders around the world, these Norway rats are known to be found in any locations where humans are found. The Norway rat is also known as the brown rat because of its brownish to grayish fur. However, its color can also differ from white, pale brown or black. This rat


Kangaroo Rat

Although they are not related to kangaroos, these rats are called kangaroo rats because of their ability to hop with the use of their powerful hind legs, long tail, and big feet. They are small, and prefer to eat seeds, which they can even convert into water. Their body ranges from 3/5 to 4/5 inch