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These giant ‘RATS’ are helping to make the world a safer place

If you thought rats didn’t serve a useful purpose think again. African giant pouched rats, nicknamed HeroRATs, are helping to find landmines and detecting tuberculosis as part of an integrated approach. When deployed alongside standard methods, they speed up the process, getting people’s lives back on track as fast as possible.

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7 replies on “These giant ‘RATS’ are helping to make the world a safer place”

Carole, thanks for taking the time out of your day to leave a very encouraging comment. May god bless you and everyone else for supporting us.

What a fantastic work they are doing, saving so many lives. Thanks for sharing such interesting and informative articles. I love your site.
Carole Haines

I love the look of rodents. Lol They just look cute to me. I’m so happy these rats are doing such a good job finding mines. What a blessing they are. It is nice they get the weekend off.

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