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All Points West Rodent mascots compete Apr 11, 2014 8:09 Marty the Marmot has gone head to head in a competition to pick the best rodent mascot. Apparently he is leaving the bushy tailed squirrels in the dust...All Points West Island MP remembers Jim
So-called super-rats are proving difficult to kill with standard poisons...It doesn't have super-powers as such, but and I don't mean to alarm you here there are reports that a plague of invincible giant super-rats is taking over Liverpool...They're
We were grossed out last week when Dominique Ansel's eponymous bakery was shuttered for health violations. In our heart of hearts, we thought that it wasn't really a health hazard to eat a cronut (save the fat content) and most likely, the Department
You can buy the most reliable car on Earth and still find convoluted electrical gremlins, fluid leaks, and even outright failure when rodents take up residence and begin chewing on wiring, hoses, plastic, and other critical car parts. But we've found
It comes as residents in the town report an increase in sightings of the extra-large rodents, with some fearing their numbers could lead to a spread in disease. Peter Vincent told local paper, The Kent and Sussex Courier: 'It's disease...Residents in
That's the main reason so many critters try to squeeze into our comfort zones during cold winter months...According to Terminix, December through March is rodent season. An estimated 20 million U.S. homes are invaded by rodents every winter. Mice are
Motorsport debuted some cutting edge technology as it took it's little hot hatches racing at Mount Panorama on the weekend. Share NOT apes, but rats are expected to take over the planet as they evolve from small rodents to giant beasts in the future.
GET ready to praise your new giant rat overlords, as it looks like they will be inheriting the rule of the earth from humans in the distant future. Dr Jan Zalasiewicz, a paelobiologist (someone who looks at old and new stuff to answer questions about
If your anything like me, the thought of a dirty, sewer dwelling rat being anywhere near you, let alone crawling on your foot, or munching your apartment wall searching for food is enough to make you want to scream with fear.
Ecologist Steven Belmain talks about how rats' keen sense of smell means they can be trained to locate mines in conflict areas, where they make a cheaper and more effective alternative to the dogs currently used. Rats can also be used to detect