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Where Rats and Mice Drink – Operation DIY – 5

January 23, 2023

Rats

Brown rats are typically found close to their food source, as it makes things much easier for them! If you’re ever trying to identify where these creatures might be lurking, start looking for clues of what they might be eating. For example, if you keep large bags of grain or dog food outside, rats may come around for a snack. Furthermore, leaving your leftovers or other kitchen scraps without sealing them properly can attract the rats, who clearly love a good feast. If there’s an easy access to fresh water nearby that won’t dry out too quickly rats may take this into account when choosing their home too. Knowing all these facts can certainly help in keeping rats away!

Mice

Amazingly, rats have a very different way of taking in water than mice! While rats absolutely require fresh water to stay alive, mice can actually sustain themselves with a complete water intake from their food source. If the food is dry, mice will look for alternate sources like puddles or spilled liquids. Even though rats and mice are biologically similar species, it’s incredible to see just how much variation there can be between them.

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