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Scientists Trained Rats to Drive, Could Have Implications for Our Mental Health | Mach | NBC News



Rats have learned how to jump through hoops, solve mazes, and even play hide and seek. Now they can drive cars. Researchers at the University of Richmond in Virginia taught rats to drive a tiny car made of a plastic food container as part of a study on mental health.
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5 comments

  1. They need to put a few cars in the same box and make them race to the food, "Mad RatZ"

  2. It took you putting a rat in a car, to understand, that our environment determines the way people think, and behavior.

  3. we know, it's called Uber…

  4. Good ,a few of those cars like maybe 10 or 12, maybe I can get them to drive out of my house 😲

  5. As long as they don't start doing this on the sidewalk

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