It is terrible if you face with a rat wriggles up toilet. We bet you have heard of the stories of rats in the sewers, but in toilets? It actually does happen.
But how does a rat get inside the toilet? In this video from NAT is about to show you. By cutting a toilet in half and filming the results, viewers learn how someone might just get a “toilet rat”.
According to the National Geographic, “A rat’s ribs are hinged at the spine, enabling it to easily squeeze through the tightest spaces – like the pipes draining your toilet.
And the rats are also great swimmers too; they can hold their breath for up to several minutes.” Moreover, rats have sharp claws that allow it to scale nearly any surface.
As terrified as I am from watching this Rat wriggles up Toilet, we hope all of us never, ever find a “rat from toilet”.
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