The Brown Rat

 The Brown Rat

The Brown Rat

Brown rats are ubiquitous in Britain. It is often said that you are never more than six feet from a rat. Despite this the figure is probably closer to 50 ft.  The early figures were based on some basic estimates of the rat population. These were based on observational data. Their tails are important to them. They are used for temperature regulation as well as communicating with their friends.  They also communicate by vibrating their eyes rapidly and clattering their teeth together.

They are social, living in groups with their friends. They show signs if loneliness if separated for too long.  They enjoy the company of humans as well as other rats, making them good pets. Unfortunately they also cause a substantial amount of damage to property. This is the reason for the new rat repellent flooring from Hammer Technologies

It uses new patent pending technology to keep your car or other property safe. 

Rats cause a huge amount of damage to commercial, industrial and residential property every year. They chew wires because their teeth grow at the astonishing rate of 5 inches per year. They need to be worn down constantly otherwise the rat develops significant difficulty eating.  Visit their website to find out more about this amazing new invention.