Rats eat a large variety of foods. They have voracious appetites and they eat almost anything. They are true omnivorous fossils, but mostly they prefer grains, fodder and meat. It is also known that rats eat soap, leather, skins, sweets, milk, meat, vegetables, birds, eggs, grains, seeds, fruits, nuts, snails and other rodents. A rat can eat a third of your body weight every day. The main important consumption of the rat is water, since it can not survive long without it. Rats need 1/2 to 1 ounce of water daily.
Two main types of rats, brown rats and black rats eat on the same things. But there are slight differences in the preferences between the two. The brown rats or Norway rats eat almost any type of food, but they prefer high quality foods such as fresh beef and veal. These rates require 1/2 to 1 unit of fluid daily when they are feeding on dry foods. The rats like taste, hearing and sense of smell.
Rats of oak or black rats often prefer vegetables, fruits and grains, and consume between 1/2 and 1 ounce of food per day from various sources. They do not easily accept meat or fish. They like cereals, chopped apples, sweet potatoes, melons, plums, pineapples, cookies, donuts, chocolate candies, peanut butter and tomatoes. They also consume an ounce of water daily.
Rats are nutritionally a little better than mice. Unlike the mouse biting at the same time, the rats eat a lot more food in one session. Like mice, rats can live in freezers and love to eat frozen foods.
Rats have a habit of oak when they eat. Their ability to chew helps them chew and cut almost anything. Gnaw anything softer than your teeth. They carry papers, clothes, wood, plastics, water pipes, electrical cables and other construction materials. His habit of stealing causes damage to immunity to humanity, such as fires, shortage of power and flooding.