By day Kenny Bollwerk works at a pizza shop, but by night he turns watchdog and gives rat tours exposing the city’s worst infestations.
With their "super-sniffer" noses, African giant-pouched rats are also being trained to lead search-and-rescue missions following earthquakes and other natural disasters.
“Cong-RATS, ladies and bRODENTS, all of your dreams will come true,” the Rat Bar’s event page says.
It's a stealth game that never, ever wants you to get caught, but that's okay; you're here for the story.
The video of a decomposing rat inside a chowder was just the beginning.
Who could see that coming?
The real MVP of that Cubs game.
VICE Japan met up with a handful of experts studying super rats—genetically mutated rodents humans can't seem to kill.
It's the "largest rodent eradication project" ever undertaken.