Should I ever poison a rodent?

Introduction to Rodent:

Rodents are usually medium-sized, and they have a thin tail. "True rats" are fellows of the species Rattus but some other species are confused with rodents, but they are not because they look exactly the same. Rodents are different from rats because they are bigger in size and have thin legs. They are found in every environment. Rodents usually survive on grains, insects, small water creatures and also on small mammals and reptiles but some of them prefer vegetables, seeds, and fruits. 

Almost any of the people think that the solution to rodents is killing them to death. While this is not completely true, some venom creators still claim on allowing the mice and rats gag. However, here are some few ways in which the mice poisons drain the life out of mice and rats. 

There are so many rodents that cannot live in urban and suburban areas. They live to eat, grind, and reproduce, and yet they have a significant place in our eco-system. Humans dont like this creature, and they try to kill them completely. 

Poisoning the rodent is not the solution:

The poison you get to kill the rodent claim that they will kill the species completely, but they dont kill it absolutely, but the weird problem with the poison is that they are actually injurious to other species and humans too. They are as harmful as an acid to humans. If you have youngsters, domestic animals, farmhouse creatures, or nearby wildlife, you have to use the poison very sensibly. There are so many cases where adults and sensible people came in interaction with it.

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Killing the rodent will not end your pain because there are so many creatures that actually live with the help of the dead bodies of these animals. These animals are mostly birds, for example, bats, etc. While the poison you use will eradicate them, but if you dont dispose of them completely. You will still face the problem of their deadly smell and remains.  If a rodent marks its family in a barrier or other solid to get area, there is a hundred percent chance it will die there. All of this result in extremely bad smell which is a long run will spread so many diseases in humans. 

So you think disposing of these dead bodies will solve your problems? But no this is not the case here. If you dispose of dead bodies of these rodents, you will make contact with them, and there are 85 percent chances that you will get any disease because dead rodents are more dangerous than the living ones. So, you should not poison the rodents.


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