What Is The Difference Between A Rat And A Mouse?


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Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Well a rat has fur on its tail and a mouse doesn't. Also a rat is alot bigger.
Emma Schwerkolt Profile
Emma Schwerkolt answered
A mouse (not including the tail) is about the length of an orange (sometimes longer, sometimes shorter, I don't really know) while a rat (not including the tail) is about the length of a cucumber. Mice have rounder bodies while rats are only slightly fatter (I mean, they are bigger) and a lot longer.
Eyes are the same.
Leanne Higgins Profile
Leanne Higgins answered
A rat is bigger, carries more diseases and will eat anything. They are also very dirty. Mouses are the opposite =]
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Emma Schwerkolt
Emma Schwerkolt commented
Only feral rats that live on the streets are like that. Pet rats are the same as mice except not as timid or frisky. (and not as big)
Genevieve Lovell Profile
A rat is much bigger red eyes sometimes it is a lot bigger than a mouse and a rat has fur on his tail a mouse is tinyer and tail no fur
Tony Alexander Profile
Tony Alexander answered
Rat is a lot bigger thana mouse and it has fur in its tail.Mouse are small one and easy to keep as a pet.Rat mainly carry diseases.
Your Worst Nightmare Ever Profile
Rats are very dirty , they carry alot of diseases , and they are slightly larger than mice. Mice are small and puny , and very hyper.
P.S. Rats have longer legs , and their long tails are covered in fur. Mice don't have these features.

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