Do Rats Burrow Underground?

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Rats do burrow and live underground. They do this in almost any soil and the openings can be 10 to 15cm across. Generally, rats can be anywhere and they can also spread certain diseases around the home and garden.
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I think it is because they are nocturnal this mean they stay in burrows in the day and are active at night also to protect themselves form preditors . hope this helps :
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1. Locate the rat burrow. A typical hole is approximately 2 inches in diameter. Look for holes in floorboards and at locations where wood may have rotted. Pay close attention to cluttered
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Rats dig and live in underground burrows, which is a large complex of interconnecting
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They can be as deep as 3m or 9ft. Source(s): http://www.ypte.org.uk/animal/rabbit/162
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