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Rats take care of injured and sick rats in their group , wit

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Gabrielle Goddu

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Transcript of Rats take care of injured and sick rats in their group , wit

Rats
When happy rats have been observed to chatter or grind their teeth .This is often
accompanied by vibrating eyes. Rats make happy "laughter" sounds when they play . Rats succomb to peer -pressure
just like humans.
Rats take care of injured and sick rats in their group , with
companionship rats tend to become lonely and depressed.
Rats have excellent memories .Once
they learn a navigation route, they wont
forget it.
Brown rats are prone to disregard personal
experiences in order to copy the behavior
of their peers.
The urge to conform is so strong that they
will even choose to eat unpalatable food if they
are in the company of other rats who are eating
it .
Although very curious animals , rats are also shy,and prefer to run away than potential threat.
Rats are very clean animals , spending several hours everyday grooming themselves and their group members.
They are likely then cats or dogs to
catch and transmit parasites and
viruses . A rat can go longer than
a camel without having a drink of
water.
Rats tails help them to
balance , communicate
and regulate their
body temperature .
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