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Rats are known to burrow extensively, both in the wild and in captivity. Burrows usually develop to the point where it will include multiple levels of tunnels like an underground system.There are always secondary entrances near to the first, used as like a emergency exit as well as an entrance. Male rats that are more mature will generally not participate in burrowing, it is usually the young males and females that will burrow vigorously. If you have a rat infestation and the rats start burrowing then this will cause damage to your property’s structure. Burrows give rats shelter and a place to store food, as well as safe areas to build their nests. Rats use their burrows to escape danger and when they feel under threat.


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