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STUDY QUESTIONS FOR MODULE THREE
CHAPTER TWO
RATS
1.
A rat can compress his body and squeeze through an opening as small as:
A. l/4-inch high
B. l/2-inch high
C. l-inch high
D. 2-inches high
2.
Rats are a major carrier of rabies.
A. True
B. False
3.
Rats will avoid anything new that appears in their territory.
A. True
B. False
from their nest looking for food and water and
4.
Rats commonly travel a distance of
patrolling their territory.
A. 10 to 25 feet
B. 100 to 150 feet
C. 1 to 2 miles
D. None of the above
5.
Which of the following is not true about adult rat droppings:
A. They average 5/16-inch long
B. Fresh droppings are black or nearly black
C. The highest number of droppings will be found where rats rest or feed
D. A single rat can produce 50 droppings in a day
6.
Longterm, the most successful form of rat control is rat-proofing ("building them out").
A. True
B. False
7.
When applying rodenticides, they should be placed:
A. In locations not accessible to children, pets, wildlife, and domestic animals
B. In tamper-proof bait boxes
C. Only outdoors
D. All of the above
E. `A' or `B'
8.
Tracking powder kills rats because:
A. Rats swallow tracking powder when they groom their fur
B. Tracking powder is a powdery rodenticide bait
C. Tracking powder is absorbed dermally through the rats' skin
D. `B' and `C'
E. none of the above
9.
The key to rat control is to control rat populations, not individual rats.
A. True
B. False
For Answers refer to Appendix A
Module Three Chapter 2, Pg 11





 


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