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House Mouse

APPEARANCE:


Mice or The House mouse is Small and slender, 3 to 4 inches long, with large ears, small eyes and pointed nose. Light brown or light gray. Droppings are round-shaped.

HABITAT:


Mice tend to nests within structures and burrows. Establish a “territory” near food sources that are generally 10 to 30 feet from nest. Inquisitive, but very wary, and are Excellent climbers.

DIET:


Mice have a diet of a variety of foods, such as seeds, grains and nuts requiring only about 1/10 ounce of food each day, and can live without access to fresh water as long as their solid food is fairly moist.

REPRODUCTION:


The House Mouse has a very prolific reproductive system breeding year round and having as many as eight litters annually. Female mice can start having their litters at the age of one and a half to two months. Life expectancy for a wild mouse is no more than one year.

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The Roof Rat


The Roof rat is one of the three introduced common rodents in Australia and is believed to have arrived with the first fleet. The Roof rat spices is now spread over very much of the coast line, inhabiting urban, agricultural, commercial and industrial areas

APPEARANCE:


Roof rats are variable and range from Black or brown, head and body is 165mm-205mm long, with a long tail 185mm -245mm, large ears and eyes, and a pointed nose. Body is smaller and sleeker than Norway rat. Fur is smooth.

HABITAT:


The roof rat is a very agile climber nests inside roofs and under buildings, or in piles of rubbish or wood. Although common above ground, roof rats are exceptional burrowers and can create extensive shallow burrow systems around wall orchards, and river banks .Often can be found in the upper parts of structures, and can squeeze through openings only 1.5cm wide

DIET:


The Roof rat is Omnivorous, but shows a preference for grains, fruits, nuts and vegetables.

REPRODUCTION:


Roof rats are said or known to be sexually mature at four months, producing from 4 to 6 litters per year that consist of 4 to 10 young each and lives up to one year.

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