Rodents travel pathways into and inside of buildings. Many of these trails are laced with pheromones that communicate safe pathways, territories and mating cues.
We humans secrete sebum to protect or skin and hair. Rodents tend to travel the same pathways, this material gets deposited on surfaces and leaves a trail or grease mark. Combined with urine, these trails contain pheromones that orient rodents within their environment.
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