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Do Rats Climb Trees?

Norway rats typically don’t climb trees due to the rats’ larger size and slower climbing abilities, but will if they are motivated enough. They may be slow, but Norway rats can use their front and back claws to climb a tree trunk to the same heights as a Roof rat, as well as use their

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Rat Glue Traps

Rat Glue Traps: Do They Work?

Rat glue traps are one of the worst ways to deal with a rodent infestation. Glue traps are ineffective and inhumane. Please don’t get me wrong…I LOVE killing rats.  I’m not too fond of them. There are just much, much better ways of killing them than with those stupid glue boards.  These devices have already

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Rat Cuisine

Are you tired of the usual restaurant and fast food fare? Do you want to try something beyond the ordinary home-cooked meal? If you are the adventurous type, maybe you can try some of the world’s most exotic foods: haggis from Scotland, raw cobra heart from Vietnam, balut from the Philippines, pufferfish from Japan, tarantula

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Ten Ways Rats Cause Havoc

Rodents are the biggest group of mammals, consisting of almost half of the whole mammalian population with around 4,600 species. Chipmunks, squirrels, beavers, and prairie dogs are just some of the most popular rodent species native to the United States, playing an important role in forest and grassland preservation as they serve as a major

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