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Ravenous rats in lockdown spark CDC warning

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Still Waters

That’s the latest coronavirus-tinged health warning from the CDC, as the rodents that have been starved of restaurant leftovers these past two months make themselves known.

In a species evolutionarily adapted to resort to cannibalism during hard times, the CDC is warning of “unusual or aggressive rodent behavior” stemming from their lockdown starvation diet.

Last month, rodents were seen resorting to open warfare, cannibalism and eating their young in the wake of shutdowns to restaurants and other food sources that they rely on.

https://www.latimes.com/world-nation/story/2020-05-24/ravenous-rats-await-restaurant-goers-after-2-months-of-food-deprivation-cdc-warns

https://eu.usatoday.com/story/news/health/2020/05/24/coronavirus-cdc-warns-rats-aggressively-searching-food/5252522002/

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stereologist

The rodent activities have been in the news a bit. It's as if they are forming into tribes.

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third_eye

It won't be long till one of those many runs for President... 

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hetrodoxly
On 5/25/2020 at 3:33 PM, Still Waters said:

Last month, rodents were seen resorting to open warfare, cannibalism and eating their young

It's a good thing if they're eating eachother but who had a camera in the nest observing them eating their young.

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Raptor Witness

This reminds me of a movie that I once saw .... a True Classic.

 

 

 

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