Rodents Bit Information
Average lifespan Status: wild 2 years
Average mass: 400 g
Average length: 399 mm
Breeding interval: Norway rats may breed up to 7 times per year with an average of 10 offspring and can start breeding at 3-4 months of maturity, one of most common and known for its tunneling in and around urban areas.
Norway Rat "Burrower"
Range lifespan status: wild 1 (high) years
Average mass: 200 g
Range length: 160 to 220 mm
Breeding Intervals: Roof rats can have up to 6 to 12 offspring at one time, climbing to a height of 250 m theirs not many places these guys cant reach. Starting breeding between 3-5 months of age.
Breeding season: Mates throughout the year if environmental conditions permit, however peak times are summer and autumn seasons.
Roof Rat 'The Climber'
Range Life span: 1-5 Years
Range mass: 12.0 to 30.0 g
Range length: 65.0 to 95.0 mm
Breeding intervals: House mouse can have and average of 7 offspring and breeds all year round at one time.It starts breeding 5 to 7 weeks of age, being know as the invader due to it loves making your home its home.