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Norway Rats

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Norway rats are short, full-bodied, and short-lived rodents. North America is the original home of this type of insect. It was transported to it by ships from European countries and this was in 1775, but then the Norway rats spread to about 48 other countries, including Saudi Arabia. Norway rats can be found in places where humans are present, at low elevations, and others.

Information about Norway rats and disposal methods:

The Norway rats are called brown mice, domestic mice, tailing mice, moles, gray rats, and quail mice. They are also a slightly larger animal than these moles, with some obvious differences between them. She has prominent nose, small ears and a tail filled with crusts, almost naked and shorter than the head and body together. The Norway rats and the ceiling mice can be distinguished by the length of the tail where the ceiling mice reach the length of the tail to the nose while the Norway rats do not reach beyond the ears.

Senior Norway rats weigh up to about one pound, and the upper part is predominantly brown or reddish-brown while the abdominal area is white and sometimes gray. In some areas black Norway mice have been found but this rarely occurs.

Where can I find Norway rats? What is the reason for having Norway rats at home?

Norway rats are closely linked to humans, so this lesion can often be found in places where people are present. These mice try to build their own nest under different buildings and structures, and also under concrete slabs, around ponds, in garbage containers, in places where proper food, water and shelter are available. When Norway rats attack farms and farm fields you can find them in barns, grain stores, cattle buildings, silos and others. In urban areas, they are more prevalent in housing and surrounding areas, inside basements, warehouses, warehouses, sidewalks and sewage. Although it is able to climb the walls, they prefer to be on the lower floors of buildings or multi-story buildings.

What do Norway rats eat?

Norway rats are able to eat any type of food. In addition, they choose a healthy, balanced diet where they eat healthy new foods and do not eat contaminated foods. The rats deal with food grains, meat, fish, nuts and some fruit types. As for water, it derives a large amount of it from wet foods, but in the case of eating dry foods, it requires a large amount of water.

Reproduction of Norway rats:

Norway rats are active night creatures, especially at dusk, in search of food and water, but this pest can be found active during the day, when the number is very large or when the source of their food is threatened or imminent. The regions of most mice are often within 50 to 150 feet of the nest. However, in the absence of food and water, this pest can feed up to 300 feet or more per day for food and water.

Norway rats suffer from poor eyesight and are often dependent on other senses such as tattoos, touch and smell. In addition, this type of rat is very sensitive to movement for a distance of 30 to 50 feet away. Nora rats have color blindness so they can not distinguish foods by their color. Instead, they are used to identify the nutrient. In addition, they rely on smell to identify the routes they take on a daily basis to move from place to place and to identify the members of the opposite sex who are willing to marry And can distinguish between the members of their colonies and strangers and whether this strange strong or weak and all this through their sense of smell.

Thus, Norway rats can use their senses to adapt to the environment in which they are present. These senses, especially the sense of taste, can hinder the idea of ​​elimination. They have a wonderful taste to help detect some of the contaminants in their food. This sensitivity to taste can develop. And refuses to eat certain types of baits, especially if those baits are contaminated with spray of pesticides or other chemicals.

Norway female rats develop between 6 and 12 groups of young children. After a pregnancy of at least 23 days, young Norway rats are naked and have closed eyes but grow rapidly and eat appropriate foods after at least three weeks. In the fourth week, Completely mature in terms of nationality and be able to marry and commute only three months.

Getting rid of Norway rats needs more effective methods. These methods may include the use of traps and traps, and sometimes you need to consult a specialist to address the problem.

what is the fastest way to kill Norway rats?

Be aware that Norway rats are attracted to your homes or buildings in order to get essentials no more. These necessities are food, water and shelter, but effective prevention methods need to limit these sources as much as possible so you can protect your home and family members from these The insect.

To prevent them from getting their food, you should keep your food indoors so that you can not reach it. This includes all kinds of grains, seeds and also pet foods. Be sure to clean your falling seeds or food residues regularly.


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