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Is Climate Change Really Driving The Ratpocalypse?
By Naveena Sadasivam, Grist
Rats are not well understood. New York City alone has a rat population that could range from 2 million to 32 million.
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The White House Has A Rat Problem And Everyone's Making The Same Jokes
Trump's critics are having a field day over rodent reports.
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Fabulously Fat Rat Rescued After Getting Stuck In Manhole Cover
An animal rescue group says the plus-size German rodent simply had too much "good food."
Literal Scaredy Cat Picks A Fight With The Wrong Rat
The frightened feline got more than it bargained for.
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Pizza Rat Has Returned. Or Has He?
“Pizza Iguana,” “Taco Squirrel,” and "Bagel Pigeon” were unavailable for comment.
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And The Country's 'Rattiest City' Is...
Chicago is "a city seemingly overrun by rodents."
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A Woman Suing Chick-Fil-A Claims A Rodent Was Baked Into Her Bun
Somebody in this story smelled a rat.
This Photographer Fights Rat-Phobia With Irresistibly Cute Pictures
“I love these misunderstood animals.”
Fearless Rats Are Caring For Orphan Kittens At This Magical Cat Cafe
"It seems to be both a self-comfort and a friendship connection."
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Soon There Will Be A 'Rat Cafe' Where You Can Dine Among Rodent Pals
Give rats a chance!
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Snuggles The Rat Survives Harrowing Heroin Overdose
Now she's alive, well, and snacking on Cheerios.
Rats Giggle When Tickled -- But Only When The Mood Is Right
Reporting from the frontiers of health and medicine.
At parties and bars, he introduces himself as a "rat tickler." The title makes Shimpei Ishiyama sound like he belongs in
Watch These Gibbons Hilariously Shoo Away A Rodent
Gibbons — they’re just like us!
Having a Rat as a Pet Is Not Without Risk
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Chairman of Orthopaedics at the University of Toledo with a pa...
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Did Mickey Mouse's Pants Wreck His Sex Life? We Have Science On This.
The results are both nutty and ballsy.
Adorable Kitty Enforcers Handle Brewery's Rodent Problem
"It's handled." -Olivia Pope/these cats
Scientists Tickle Rats to Try and Figure Out Why We Laugh
At Inverse, we obsess over one question: What could happen next?
More researchers are proving that yes, rats do like to be tickled. In a 2012 study published in PLOS One researchers trained
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