Wolf rats are fictional creatures featured in the 2008 PC role-playing video game Drakensong. In the game, these creatures can be found in sewers, cellars and dungeons. Although solitary wolf rats pose little threat to an experienced warrior, players should be wary of wolf rats when they attack in larger numbers. Wolf rats are not to be confused with the game's smaller species of rats, which do not attack players.Continue Reading
Players encounter some of the most challenging fights with wolf rats in their quest to rid the brewery of its infestation problem. Upon entering the brewery, the player is met by two gray wolf rats, which are typically the lowest level. Continuing through the tunnel, players run into two stronger black rats before finally fighting Mother Ratzinsky.
Within the Drakensang universe, wolf rats' tails are prized by goblins for making stews. Wolf rat tails can also be sold to the cook at the Silver Pitcher. His opening offer is 2 farthings, but after successfully haggling for a better price, players can sell the tails for 4 farthings.
Drakensang is the most recent video game that takes place in the Dark Eye Universe. It is preceeded by Attic's "Northland Trilogy." The Northland Trilogy features "Blade of Destiny," "Star Trail" and "Shadow over Riva."Learn more about Rodents
According to the People's Dispensary for Sick Animals, you can recognize sickness in rats by watching for abnormal behavior and symptoms. Symptoms of illness in rats include diarrhea, weight loss or gain, changes in appetite, sleeping more often, hunched posture, limping and staining around the mucous membranes.Full Answer >
The main difference between a rat and an opossum is that the rat is a rodent, and the opossum is a marsupial. This means that the opossum has a pouch that protects its babies. Though both animals have adapted to living around and among humans, the rat has become especially adept at living in human habitations, including ships, sewers and subways.Full Answer >
An extinct species of rat that used to live in Southeast Asia is estimated to have weighed around 13 pounds. The largest species of rat alive as of 2014 lives in the Philippines and can weigh up to 4.4 pounds. The largest Norway rat ever caught weighed 2.4 pounds.Full Answer >
Rats have thicker tails, larger heads and smaller ears than mice. Mice tend to weigh roughly 3.5 ounces, while rats weigh, on average, at least a pound. Rats also live roughly half a year longer than mice and have larger feces. The feces of a mouse are about the size of a rice grain. Rat droppings are the size of a raisin.Full Answer >