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Rodent Control Service

Rodents are intelligent mammals and related with mankind from hundreds of years. They depend on man and its property for food and shelter. They can easily climb on pipes, cables and enter into structures

  • House Mouse(Mus Musculus)

    The smallest of the rats, commonly found in homes. Brown to grey in colour, 6 - 9 cms long with 7 - 10cm long tail, large ears and relatively small eyes.They have a characteristic musky odour that identifies their presence. They prefer cereals grains, but will eat many kinds of food. They can jump more than 1 foot onto a flat surfac e and squeeze through openings just 6.4mm in diameter .

  • Norway/Brown/Sewer Rat(Rattus Norvegicus)

    The rat usually found near sea ports, brown in colour, 18-20cms long with 15-18cms long tail. It is large than the house rats and is an excellent swimmer, thriving in sewer and drainage system beneath cities. In Indian, it is limited to sea ports/large cities due to Ind ian mole - Rat/Bandicoot Rat.

  • House/Roof/Black Rat(Rattus rattus)

    The common rat found in our homes, larger than the house mouse. Dark brown to black in colour, 16 - 25cms long tail and large ears. They are usually active at night and very caution, shying away from new objects and changes. They will eat practically any thing but prefer fruits, vegetables and creals. They tend to follow the same route between nests and food/water sources, leaving characteristic rub or “Swing” marks on vertical surface.

  • Indian Mole-Rat/Lesser Bandicoot Rat(Bandicoot Bengalensis)

    A smaller version 15 - 23cms long of the Indian Bandicoot Rat, with a relatively larger tail (13 - 18cm long), rounded ears and short, broad muzzle. Their burrows have a characteristic pile of earth around the entrance (hence the name) and the burrows sysyem is ext ensive, consisting and numerous chambers for sleeping , Storing etc, galleries and exit holes for emergencies. They have a habit of erecting long hairs on their back when threatened or excited.

  • Bandicoot Rat(Bandicota Indica)

    The largest and most aggressive commensal rat in Indian, dark grayish - brown, 30 - 40cms long with equally long tail, weighing as much as 1.4kg! Usually occupies the outskirts of human dwellings such as compounds and gardens and is commonly found near gar bage bins. Its characteristic large burrows cause great damage to grounds and flooring as it can also tunnel through brick and masonry. A non - fussy eater, it is also a serious pest in poultry.