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Rat Facts Podcast
From the visionary minds at SenesTech comes the podcast you never knew you wanted. With intriguing facts and real-life examples, “Rat Facts” will help you better understand the ‘what’, ‘why, and ‘how’ behind some bizarre rat features and behavior. Stay classy, Rat Pack.
August 27th, 2019
The tooth and nothing but the tooth. This episode takes a bite out of the interesting topic of Rat’s teeth and their infamous chomping abilities.
August 13th, 2019
Rats can be terribly picky about their food, especially when it comes to eating poison. Learn how and why some baits may not be the best choice to combat a tough rat infestation.
July 30th, 2019
Dive off the deep end in this episode of Rat Facts, where we discuss rats surprisingly proficient swimming abilities.
July 16th, 2019
Do rats have bones? How are they able to squeeze through tiny holes in the wall? Discover more about how some rats are able to fit through gaps the size of a quarter!
July 2nd, 2019
A rat’s brain is larger than you think. Did you know that part of a rat’s brain is actually in their nose? Learn more about Olfactory Bulbs and their function in this episode!
June 18th, 2019
A rat’s nose is so powerful it can smell direction and emotions. What makes a rat’s nose so strong? Learn the what, why and how in this episode of Rat Facts.
June 4th, 2019
12 eggs every 4 days? As many as 15,000 descendants in one year? This Rat Facts episode explains how rats could potentially take over the world, but also why they most likely won’t.
May 21st, 2019
What’s so funny? Rats don’t usually make us laugh but turns out we can make them giggle! In this episode of Rat Facts, we discuss the science behind the strange fact that rats are seriously ticklish.
May 7th, 2019
Ah, springtime. The beautiful time of year when flowers bloom, birds sing, and rats ruin everything. This episode breaks down why the spring is one of the most active and reproductive time of year for rats.