How Many Babies Do Rats Have?


Rats can have between 6 and 24 babies at one go.
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Common Rat
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Rodentia Family: Muridae Genus: Rattus Species: Rattus rattus
The black rat, also known as the common or house rat, occurs in a great many varieties and races, or subspecies, of which few are actually black, despite the common name. Believed to have come from Southeast Asia, this species spread... More »
The average litter for rats is about a dozen, and the females only have about a dozen teats so that is a good thing. They can be as low as a couple, and have been known to have as much as twenty-two babies.
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There are several different names you can call a baby rat. Kittens is the most popular term used for a baby rat. They can also be called pups, nestlings, or pinkies.
1. Keep your cage clean. This will protect the baby rats from catching any diseases. To properly clean your rat cage, use 1 part bleach to every 10 parts water. When you are done
Kits or Kittens.
A young rat is called a kitten, nestling, pinkie, or pup. Most people in the U.S. use
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