What organ does a rat not have that humans have?
An appendix! Rats have tails instead- the human appendix is thought by evolutionists to be the remnant of a tail, that is left over from when we evolved from marine animals millions of years ago.
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Efixitiation by means of C02 generally works, another humanely way is to put it in a freezer to die slowly and asleep.
NO...... but a hundred rats might
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Snakes, birds, cats, canines.
The Gallbladder. :)
Target practice is one common use. They can also be used in animal testing, probably the 2nd most common use. A third use would be as a food source, though that is not highly …recommended. They could also be used as disease vectors, and though this is a theme in some popular horror movies, I do not know that it has ever happened in reality.
rats do not have a gall bladder
Brains. They think with their feet. Although the above answer is sometimes true. Horses, Pigeons and yes Rats, actually lack a Gall Bladder. They do not have one, interesting,… eh?
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Are you kidding!?!?! How could you ask such a thing! Of course rats don't eat baby humans. 1: They are too big. 2: Rats DON"T EAT PEOPLE.
Yes, for the nutrients. So, be caeful of sewer mains that backup into homes. Mice will eat them as well.
Fleas from rats either jump directly from rats to humans, or they jump on other animals first, or hitch onto a human from the ground or other items.
The kidney,ureter,urethra,and bladder
In Animal Life
The organs are located between the ribs and the top of the hips.
Heart & lungs.