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City rats: Why scientists are not hot on their tails

20:00 EDT 19 Jun 2017 | AAAS

(Oxford University Press USA) Researchers argue they need greater access to urban properties if they are to win the war against rats. People around the world denounce rats for fouling foods, spreading disease, starting fires, and even disabling motor vehicles. One might assume because of the threat city rats pose to health and safety, scientists would be hot on their tails--tracking every movement, monitoring each disease they carry, and discovering new tools to control their populations and movements.

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