How Long Does It Take a Dead Rat to Decompose?

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A dead rat will begin to decompose within hours of its death. The amount of humidity in the air speeds up the onset of decomposition. Cool dry air retards decomposition. For a rat to totally decompose (and stop stinking) it will take between 2-4 weeks.
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