A Rat in Need is a Friend Indeed
from Wildlife Promise
series of tests, a majority of rats ignored tempting chocolate goodies in order to free other cagemates. After the rodent rescue, the critters shared the sweet treats with each other.It’s good when a rat has your back. In a
This study on rodent behavior, which appears in the journal Science, builds support for the notion that animals can feel empathy. Given this research, calling someone a rat may not be such a bad thing after all.
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