I spent an hour and a half walking through an abandoned restaurant on the outskirts of Athens, Greece, in search of something I’d never seen before.
A tiny mouse with a curious streak had been sitting at the foot of the table.
“I was hoping it would come up for food,” I said to the mouse as we sat down to dinner.
But the mouse was just a mouse.
It was dead, its claws and fur had been ripped from its body and the headless body of a rabbit had been hanging out of the side of the restaurant.
This was a rat and not a mouse, and the mouse wasn’t a mouse at all.
It didn’t have any claws, and it didn’t even have an eye.
“This mouse is dead and the rest of it is alive,” the mouse’s owner told me as we watched it, and I had no idea what to say to that.
But I knew I’d seen a rat.
Rats are a ubiquitous part of animal life.
But they are not animals.
Rats don’t have legs or claws or teeth, and they don’t live long.
Rats live for a few weeks and then go into hibernation, where they hibernate for months or years, until their bodies start to decompose.
Rats have been found in places that are very far from where they were born.
Rats hibernated in the same places that have been used as prisons for prisoners.
Rats die and decompose on the same day that they were hatched.
Rats can survive in a lot of places, but most of the time they just go into deep sleep.
Rats also have no smell, but their smell is a mixture of chemicals, and rats are very sensitive to smell.
Rats eat other rats, and their diet includes other rats.
Rats will feed on rats if they are hungry, and if they feel they are being fed on by another rat, they will move to the next rat that is eating.
Rats aren’t particularly fond of human food, but they will also eat other rodents.
Rats’ noses are sharp and they have a distinctive smell, and that makes them incredibly useful for tracking things.
Rats, like all animals, also have a sense of smell, so when you have a rat in your home, it can be difficult to keep track of it.
Rats do a lot to keep humans safe from themselves.
They’re attracted to a smell that smells bad, and when a rat sees a smell it likes, it will chase it, often running up to a nearby wall to get a better look.
Rats like to hunt, and as they can smell their prey they can quickly track it.
The smell of a rat will tell you how much it is eating, and also the exact amount of time it has been in the food source.
Rats love to hunt rodents and they can be very aggressive.
They’ll jump at the sound of a mouse’s chirping, and a rat that has eaten another rat will chase a mouse away with its jaws open.
The scent of a rodent will also alert other rats nearby.
Rats find prey in a wide range of places.
Some of the places they hunt include rotting meat and discarded clothing, rotting meat from dogs and cats, decaying fish, and human waste.
Rats hunt on a wide variety of terrain.
Rats prefer grassy, open grassy areas that are dark and dry.
Rats would also like places where there are a lot less rats.
A rat can be found eating food from a pile of rubbish in a corner of a kitchen.
Rats use the smell of food as a guide for where they’re going to eat.
Rats take in food from the garbage, as well as rotting food.
Rats need food to survive, and food that’s rotting will provide the rats with a steady source of energy.
Rats that eat too much food will starve, and other rats will eat food that has not been properly cooked.
Rats sometimes get fat and will eventually die.
Rats get hungry when they’re trying to eat more food than they can eat.
As long as they’re eating enough food, they won’t die.
A dead rat is usually a dead rat.
The body of the rat will be completely decomposing.
It will have the head, tail and claws ripped from the body.
Some rats may have only a single tooth left.
The tail will have been torn away, and all of the fur will be ripped away.
The bones of the body will be crushed.
Rats never get hungry if they don´t have enough food to eat, and some rats will only get hungry with the help of a dead mouse.
If a rat is hungry enough, it might jump at a mouse that’s not nearby and attack it.
But most rats won´t be so aggressive.
Rats know what they’re looking for and they are very good at finding it.
They can smell food that is not there.
Rats tend to stay with their prey, but sometimes they will go after things