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Rat Island Project

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Jared Jones

on 8 April 2014

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Rat Island Project
By: Jared Jones
Island D
An extinct volcano with grasses at the base, shrubs further up the slope, and lush, tropical forest halfway up. At this height, the island has frequent rain showers. There are 2 types of birds. One is a raptor, which hunts smaller birds. The other fishes the waters about one mile offshore. Both birds nest in trees.
The Rat has curved claws to better climb trees, and uproot plants for food. The tall trees bear plentiful fruit for food.
The Rat also has a greenish-brown fur to blend in with the trees and foliage that it scavenges for food.
The Rat has an interesting immunity to many, but not all, of the toxins found in plants that it eats in the forests.
The Rat has lost its tail because the amount of rain cools its body faster than its tail. This shows that it lives in the forests.
The Rat's Brain Seems to show some strange similarities to a human brain. This is probably the result of The Rat having to traverse an odd landscape, with many complex obstacles.
The Rat Has lost any canine teeth it originally had as its food sources are fruits and plants
The Rat has lost its colorblindness and can see all colors to be able to recognize edible fruits. However, its vision is still 20/600.
The Rats muscles are larger than a normal rats muscles, as it frequently climbs trees for fruit. The taller the tree, the more fruit it bears.
Island D
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