FOOTAGE OF RAT CROSSING RIGHT TO LEFT ON GREEN SCREEN.
The rat is a member of the Muridae family. The two most relevant rat species in North America are the Norway rat and the Roof rat.
Rats are considered one of the most populous mammals on earth. They can be found wherever a human being can live, as they have a commensal relationship with humans. That can cause harm and damage to homes, farms, and any other human property.
Rats are nocturnal animals by nature. Most of their activities are done by night and in dark places. They have good swimming skills, as they have been known for traveling through sewage systems, drains, and even toilets.
At first glance, the two species -the Norway rat and the Roof rat- seem identically similar, but you can make the difference between the two rat’s bodies.
The Norway rat’s body is thick with brown fur. The eyes and ears are small. And the tail is shorter than the body with no hair on it.
The Roof rat’s body is slender with black or brown fur. The eyes and ears are large. And the tail is larger than the body with no hair on it.
The Norway rat can weigh 7-18 oz (198-510gram), while the Roof rat’s average weight is 5-10 oz (142-284gram).
The Roof rats are generally 6-8 inches (15-20cm) tall, with a tail of 7-10 inches (18-25cm). The Norway rats mostly have a body of 7-10 inches (18-25 cm) long with a 6-8 inches (15-20cm) tail.
Footage details: Rat green screen footage
A rat crosses right to left. You can use this clip as a simulation of the relationship between humans and rats. The rat footage was shot using a white background in our GreenScreen Animals studios, with a high-end Canon camera. The clip is ready for production purposes and comes with prep-ready a resolution of 1080p.
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