Question by  DocZ (47)

What do rat droppings look like?


Answer by  Shelley66 (108)

Rat droppings are dark brown to black. They can are about. 25 inches in length and more narrow in width. When dry they are hard and might be shiny.


Answer by  wilson57 (239)

Rat droppings are usually dry, black and shaped like orzo pasta. They are solid and oval in shape. They may appear singly as well as in groupings. If there is a food source nearby, it is likely that there will be droppings around the food. There may also be shredded material nearby.


Answer by  shandilyan (180)

Adult rat droppings are upto 1/2 inches long,spindle shape with pointed ends. Droppings are unique because they take time to harden up. They constantly leave their droppings almost 4-5 times a day. When their droppings are fresh, they are dark in colour and supple in texture,but in three days they harden and lose their colour.

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