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GOF’s World of Wildlife; Semester 2

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1. Giant white tailed rat.   (Uromys caudimaculatus)

Origin;     God's creation during a moment of mischief.

Habitat;    Excessively widespread.

Diet;         Electrical cable, roof insulation, PVC water pipes, wooden tool handles, plastic tool handles, tubes of workshop glue, all food crops, timber ceilings, wall cladding, plastic buckets, watering cans, and insulation tape.

and rat bait.

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8 responses »

  1. LOL – the diet. I gather it is now dead.

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  2. I'm sticking with the chooks for garbage disposal. They have more to offer as recyclers.

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  3. Their American cousins are just as non-picky in their diet. If it doesn't move … they'll eat it.

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  4. They are now dead. And with each deceased one, a close relative is always ready to move in.

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  5. I'm sticking with the chooks for garbage disposalPlus they lay eggs. As far as I know rats don't do that.

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  6. God must have had a smile on his face the day he invented them all.

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  7. and my shoes….They must have wanted a gourmet dining experience that day 😉

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