Using rats to detect anti-personnel mines

Meanwhile, in Sub-Saharan Africa, these rats are saving lives. Their mission? Detecting anti-personnel mines. Meet the HeroRATS.

09/19/2020 4:20 PM


  • Eileen B.
    12/05/2020 07:12

    Pretty amazing

  • Valerie R.
    10/23/2020 04:10

    I hope they're being treated well like a hero should be or an animal for that matter we all know how lab rats are treated 🥺🥺I hate animal cruelty

  • Richard N.
    10/15/2020 10:21

    This is the grand children of Jerry the 🐁

  • YM R.
    10/15/2020 05:00

    how many rats are die for this mission??

  • Jo d.
    10/14/2020 18:07

    This is the world you and i live in.Humans are the worst kind on the planet,killing each other and causing suffering.They do not give a shit.

  • Kelvin L.
    10/13/2020 12:32

    The problem of mines is eased, by the use of these Rats, but will NEVER be solved as long as humans keep using them. Because of this, you can never guarantee that ANY stretch of land will ever be totally mine-free.

  • Thea A.
    10/13/2020 01:21

    Animal cruelty. Use a dog na

  • Catherine M.
    10/12/2020 16:11

    Land mines are lingering left overs of hate.

  • Daley D.
    10/11/2020 08:15

    Leave the poor rat alone

  • Honeylyn M.
    10/11/2020 03:24

    how do they trained the rats ? ít amazing...

  • Kermit K.
    10/06/2020 03:27

    Yaaay for the rats! Rats are smart!

  • Uzogod S.
    10/03/2020 19:48


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  • Joel S.
    10/01/2020 11:09

    Unretrievable land mines are a very insidious weapon. Mines are very effective weapons when used in war, but when left behind after the conflict has ended their killing still continues. Just in North Africa alone there are still some million or so land mines, Italian, French, German, British, and some American, from the Second World War scattered throughout the desert. Land mines are also found throughout Sotheast Asia, in Angola, South Africa, the Congo, Lybia, Sudan, Ethiopia, Somalia, and the Sinai. There are thousands along the Kashmir region between India and Pakistan to include thousands on the still contested frontier between India and China. The desert region between Iraq and Kuwait still have hundreds of mines unaccounted for.

  • Patricia A.
    10/01/2020 02:15

    Damn. Not sure how to feel

  • Vlad B.
    09/30/2020 04:22

    Send them to China for retirement, 😂 😂 😂

  • Louise B.
    09/29/2020 05:51

    Tell some people don't actually watch videos 🤦😂 before you comment try watching the video 🤷‍♀️

  • Jesus E.
    09/28/2020 18:28

    Sad 😔 I cannot believe this. we have the technology to detect mines or simply create a robot that can walk and trigger them but I can see that no one is willing to put more money than just using rats 🐀

  • Jacob E.
    09/27/2020 14:22

    Animal abuse!

  • Khairulanuar B.
    09/27/2020 12:00

    Cambodia Rat mine detector..

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