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Bika Boo………. it is nice to know that one day you will peacefully go to your bathroom and see this face wiggling from your toilet
“Rats live underneath us, burrowing around in the filthy underbelly of our world.
They bring disease and steal our food. And they have a bad a bad reputation.
Image source: Mirror.co.uk
Thing is, while it’s not really their fault they live in sewers and wallow in dirt, they do – and we’d rather they didn’t climb up our toilet and bite us on the bum.
Yes, they really can do that.
A video from National Geographic shows just how the rodents do it.”
“With their able bodies and thirst for food, the animals are able to navigate the intricacies of our household pipes from the depths below, wiggling up toward our particulars.
“A rat’s ribs are hinged at the spine, enabling it to easily squeeze through the tightest spaces – like the pipes draining your toilet,” Nat Geo explains.
“And rats are great swimmers too; they can hold their breath for up to three minutes.
“See how quickly a rat can go from the city streets to your bathroom.””
( as reported by JOSHUA BARRIE)
We have actually treated many cases where rats came out of the toilets in London.
Let us know if you have experienced this before ?