wildlife

  • Rat Island

    Eighteen Alaskan scientists are on a mission to exterminate an enormous population of Norway rats that have overtaken Rat Island, a tiny island at the end of the Aleutian chain. The rats, who will soon face $3 million worth of tiny toxic pebbles, jumped off a shipwrecked Japanese ship sometime in the 18th century and have been breeding like coeds ever since. Read More ›

    Brian Ries 5 years ago respond


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