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20,000 rats roam India's Karni Mata Temple

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An unusual temple in Rajasthan, India is home to several thousand rats that roam freely around its halls.

Conventionally a rat infestation is considered to be a huge problem, but for India's Karni Mata Temple the sight of thousands of furry rodents scurrying around its halls and rooms is not only be to expected, it is encouraged.

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The place has become a Boomtown because of these Rats.

(don't visit on a Monday)

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That place must be covered with rat poop, nasty.

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Which is why they only got a 'C' rating... .-.

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That place must be covered with rat poop, nasty.

It makes you realise there's actually something worse than slipping on a banana peel.

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indiana jones and the temple of doom

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Let's try for 30,000 rats.

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I've got 5 cats and a Yorkshire Terrier, I'm going to build a team to tackle this mess. lol

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5 cats a dog and a team to tackle against 20,000 rats.. indian rats... hmm good luck with that lol

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You probably not only have to fear slipping in rat feces, at night the place is probably crawling with cobras looking for some nice grain-fed rat.

Worshipping rats as gods. I wonder how many people around India go hungry because of granaries spoiled by vermin, or how many get sick from rat bites and rat borne diseases? I'd say the "no history of plague" is a matter of pure luck; give it time.

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5 cats a dog and a team to tackle against 20,000 rats.. indian rats... hmm good luck with that lol

Maybe they're really BIG cats!

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Will I said I'd have to BUILD the team. More Yorkies methinks.

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Nothing says Divinity then a gaggle of disease infested rodents that **** wherever they please.

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I find it beautiful that there are cultures left.

Edited by AliveInDeath7

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Maybe some rats were counted more than once,.or were they

numbered as they were counted?

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mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm rat... tastaaaaayyy!!!!

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Incarnation of a diety? Yeah, right.

The rat's left over food is considered sacred? Yuk.

With this many rats and more to be born, I'm sure the likelyhood of a devistating disease seems likely to only grow higher.

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indiana jones gets his whip out, and whips the rats out of the temple

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because the world needs more rats.

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because the world need less plagued filled pilgrims

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