Identify Rat Droppings

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The above image of rat was p.ographed in the attic of a house with a rat problem. I was able to identify the type of animal by inspecting thes..Roof Rat droppings are very similar to the house mouse but much thicker. Typi.y the length will still be the same but the thickness will be much greater than the typical field mouse. C. NORWAY RAT DROPPINGS/ .Identify Mouse Droppings Mouse droppings are approximately 3//4 inch long and 1/16 of an inch in diameter. Each pellet will be similar to a grain of rice with pointed ends, and be of a shade of brown that varies depending on how old the dropping is..Identifying Rodent Droppings When rats get into a home or business they seldom bring anything good in with them. The same rat you saw climbing around in your dumpster could be the rat you found scurrying across a cutting board or disappearing into the back of a food storage area..

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    The above image of rat was p.ographed in the attic of a house with a rat problem. I was able to identify the type of animal by inspecting thes..

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