Rats are tiny and have no jaws.
Rotts are giant and have a wide range of mouths.
There’s no question that rats and rotts have a similar diet.
But are they the same species?
According to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, there are several differences between the two.
They both eat insects, and some have teeth.
They also have similar shapes and sizes.
Rats eat grasses and other hard foods.
Rotbs also eat insects and plant matter.
Rats and rotbs can live for years and years without food.
But, because they eat insects more than other animals, their survival depends on insects.
So, what do they eat?
The answer to that question is not known.
There are some estimates, though.
In the 1970s, researchers reported that rotts consumed only about three percent of the insect prey that rats ate.
And, according to the National Zoo’s website, the Rotts can live as long as 90 years without eating insect prey.
This is the type of food that rats would eat if they were in the wild.
It’s also the type that rotbs might eat if the rat’s diet were completely different.
Rats are the only animals that can live forever without food, so they would probably be the most likely to live without food forever.
But they also eat a lot of other food.
They have a diet of insects and other animals that includes rodents, birds, mammals, fish, reptiles, birds of prey, amphibians, birds and reptiles.
These animals may include mammals, birds or reptiles that live in captivity.
The National Zoo website says, “Rotts are a major predator of many different species, including humans.”
They are also the only animal that can survive without food for a long time without eating insects.
That includes rats, which can live longer than humans can.
And they can survive long periods without food without consuming insects.
For instance, in 2011, the National Park Service released a video showing how a rat can live 100 years without consuming insect prey without eating anything else.
And in 2014, the US Fish and Wildlife Service released the world’s largest ever study on the survival of rotts in the U.S. According to a 2015 article in the Journal of Wildlife Management, “rotts live for thousands of years without insect food.”
And because they are scavengers, they need a lot more than food to survive.
That’s why the National Geographic’s article said that “rotters are a significant predator of humans.”
And it’s also why they have the highest mortality rate of all animals.
In 2015, the CDC reported that nearly 80 percent of rotters were killed by humans, while the overall mortality rate was less than one percent.
So the survival rate for rotts is probably higher than for other animals.
But if they’re eating insects, why are they so successful at it?
Because the way they eat insect prey is unique to them.
Rotters are carnivores, which means they are omnivores.
They eat insects that they find in the environment.
They’ll eat other animals such as insects and fish.
But it’s the insects that make up their diet that are the key to their success.
The rotters have a unique way of eating insects that makes them very efficient at eating other animals when they find them.
They’re not limited to eating other insects.
They can eat rodents and other invertebrates as well.
That makes it easier for them to eat other insects when they’re in the field.
Rotting species, such as the Red River Rat, eat both insects and plants.
The Red River Rats, for instance, have a special diet of plants that they keep in their food.
And these plants are not the same as the plants that rot on the ground.
When they eat plants, they’re actually eating other species of plants.
So that’s why they’re able to eat insects as well as other animals in the same way that rats can.
They use the same strategies as the rotters, too.
Rottering species have a different diet than the rest of the animal kingdom.
They do a lot different things, but the same strategy that the roters use is still the same.
They don’t eat a huge variety of different animals.
They will eat any type of plant they find.
But when they do, they usually do so for a short time, like a few days or a week.
And then they go back to eating the same type of plants again.
The animals that rot also eat other species, but they do so slowly.
In other words, they tend to consume more than one kind of animal.
It could be a frog or a bird.
It might be a small mammal.
The general rule is that they’re very efficient and efficient when they eat one kind, but very inefficient when they don’t.
That means they can get the same benefit as the other animals of their prey group.
But what about the diet of rats?
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