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What is the Difference Between a Rat and Mouse?
Rat and mouse are by far the most prevalent pests at homes and businesses worldwide due to their highly adaptive behaviour to the human environment. As mouse is not commonly found in Malaysia, many people often confused between these two rodent species.
All rodents have the common identifying feature of a pair of incisor teeth in the upper jaw. They tend to have short legs and a long tail, but a closer look at their body characteristics and habits show that they have easily distinguishable features that you can use to identify their differences.
The droppings of both mammals differ in size and shape, according to the body size, with the brown rat’s wider and larger and the mouse’s are small elongated pellets.
Mice reach sexual maturity earlier, produce larger and more litters in a year, making them more prolific than rats. The new born of both rodents are blind, hairless and completely dependent on the mother for feeding and protection.