Catch up with the Amazing Rats..!!

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Catch up with the Amazing Rats..!!

Rats don’t have great eyesight so they rely on their adorable whiskers to interpret their surroundings. They’re really clean animals—cleaner than cats! Their tails give them a great sense of balance, which makes them amazing climbers. They’re excellent snackers and their diet should consist of a good amount of fruits and veggies. They can even have a little bit of chocolate, as long as it’s in moderation! Rats are little adventurers and they were one of the first animals to make the trip to outer space. Rats are pretty great swimmers, and most of them really enjoy it! Giant Africa rats are trained to detect deadly landmines. They’re larger than pet rats, but small enough that they don’t set off the landmines while searching for them. They’re smart little critters. They’ll learn their name and you can even teach them tricks! Rats are snuggly little buggers that love hanging out on your shoulder. You can submit articles in our peer reviewed Journal at

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