In contrast, in tropical zones black rats have the edge and are more common than Norway rats there (Nowak 1991).
In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in Europe, Norway rats were captured and used for food during times of famine.
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Norway rat bones have been discovered at the medieval settlement of Klein Freden near Salzgitter in Northern Germany, which was occupied from the 9th to the 13th centuries AD (König, 2007), and at Bodenteich castle in the district of Uelzen, Lower Saxony, dating to the medieval and post-medieval period.
The Swiss naturalist, Conrad Gesner, drew an illustration of a rat that is thought to be a Norway rat in his 1553 book (reported in Grzmek 1968 and Krinke 2000).
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