Just a quick post to show you somebody who does…
And you DEFINITELY don’t wish you had a problem like this:
The rat, which weighed six pounds and had a 12-inch tail, was caught at the weekend in a residential area of Fuzhou, a city of six million people on China’s south coast.
Take a look at the photo!
All bamboo rats are slow-moving and usually spend their time in underground burrows, feeding on bamboo. Chinese bamboo rats are often sold for meat in Chinese markets. The largest rats in the world are thought to be African giant pouched rats, which can grow up to 36 inches in length.
DEFINITELY not something I’d like to find in my roof!
via the TelegraphShare on Facebook