Rats Drive Cars!
First News|November 01, 2019
YOU’VE heard of driverless cars. Now there are cars driven by rats!

Scientists at the University of Richmond in Virginia, USA have trained a group of rodents to drive tiny cars to fetch pieces of food.

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