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They are a serious problem for humans, not only because of the multiple diseases they transmit (malaria, salmonella, cholera, typhoid, bubonic plague, etc.), but also because of the economic damage caused: contaminated food, (Clothing, furniture and papers), commercial image affected, etc.

It is also important to note that a large proportion of these rodents are parasitized by fleas, mites and lice. Truly Nolen owns the latest technology for rodent control using state-of-the-art systems complemented by high-quality evaluation programs.

Of the more than 3,000 existing rodent species, only three are of urban importance: Rattus norvegicus, Rattus rattus and Mus musculus. They are considered commensal species, because they live in close association with man and domestic animals. They are distinct species with their own life cycle and habits.

Rattus norvegicus, , known as rat, is the largest and heaviest of the three species, 300 to 500g, has a rounded muzzle, small ears, short tail and thick and prefers to inhabit humid places (usually outside dwellings). Rattus norvegicus is an excellent swimmer, swims up to 800 meters and submerges up to three minutes. It is omnivorous, that is, it eats any kind of food, but prefers cereals, fruits, fish, meat, chocolate, household garbage, etc. Its gestation period is short: from 21 to 23 days. It is prolific, having 8 to 12 pups, weaning with 33 to 35 days, and reaches sexual maturity at 80 to 90 days. It lives from 18 to 24 months and produces 6 to 8 litters.

Rattus rattus, known as black rat or roof rat, is smaller and more agile than rats, weighs 150 to 250g, has a pointed muzzle, large ears, long and thin tail, prefers to inhabit higher and less humid places. It is black in color, dark brown or dark gray in the back and gray or white in the belly. Their senses are identical to Rattus norvegicus. The Rattus rattus is an excellent climber, climbs any kind of rough surface. It is omnivorous, however, it prefers cereals in grains, fruits, cocoa, nuts, vegetables, etc. Its gestation period is short, from 21 to 22 days, it is prolific, it has 6 to 10 pups, weaning with 25 to 30 days, and reaches sexual maturity with 60 to 62 days. It lives from 12 to 18 months and produces from 6 to 8 litters.

Mus musculus, is the smallest and lightest of the three species, weighs between 20 and 30g, has a pointed muzzle, big ears, big eyes, prefers to inhabit the interior of buildings, in stoves, drawers, cabinets and small bays. It is gray on the back and gray or white in the belly.
Their senses are identical to those of Rattus norvegicus and Rattus rattus.

Mus músculos is the smallest, scale with ease, is extremely curious, needs little water and food for their daily sustenance, has a small radius of action. It is omnivorous, however, it prefers cereals and seeds. Its gestation period is short: from 18 to 19 days, it is prolific, it has 5 to 6 puppies, wean with 25 to 30 days, and reaches sexual maturity with 40 to 42 days. It lives approximately 12 months and produces 6 to 8 litters.

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