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The common or Norway rat has a head and body between 20 & 25cm long with a 17 to 23cm long tail.

They are usually brown but can occasionally be black above with a grey underneath. They were introduced in approximately 1500AD from Asia. They prefer habits modified by man. They are mainly terrestrial but can also swim very well. They appear to be abundant in sewers, rubbish dumps and farms.

Rats and mice can transmit diseases like plague, typhus, leptosparosis and salmonellosis via contaminated faeces and urine. Both carry ectoparasites like fleas and ticks which also carry disease.