Old World rats

Old World rats

Order : Rodentia
Suborder : Sciurognathi
Family : Muridae
Subfamily : Murinae
Genus : Rattus

 

Animals in the genus Rattus

Bulldog rat
Brown rat
House rat
Facts about the genus Rattus, the Old World rats

Believed to have originated somewhere in Central Asia, these Old World rats are found in nearly every place where there are people.

rattus is not a member of any public groups

The DUMONTICON -- because rattus because rattus (is) 1.

The most visible characteristic which sets the Allegheny woodrat apart from Old World rats is its tail.

Rattus rattus black rat (English), blue rat (English), bush rat (English), European house rat (English), Hausratte (German), roof rat (English), ship rat (English) Rattus rattus is lighter and has a shorter maximum head-body length (excluding tail) than Rattus norvegicus. (Full text)

Rattus rattus is lighter and has a shorter maximum head-body length (excluding tail) than Rattus norvegicus. (Full text)

Rattus is not a member of any public groups (Full text)

Rattus is already archetypal Stranglers within the first minute, punk-ish but obviously a band who knew how to play and keep a tune going amid the attitude. (Full text)

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