New experiments show rats demonstrating compassion and helping other rodents. It's a trait some scientists thought was reserved only for humans and higher primates.
And it's certainly not the sneaky, selfish rap that goes with calling someone a dirty rat.
In repeated tests, rats freed another trapped rat in their cage, even when yummy chocolate served as a tempting distraction. Twenty-three of the 30 rats opened the trap by pushing in a door.
The rats could have gobbled the chocolate before freeing their partners, but often didn't, choosing to help and share the goodies. Read the entire article.
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