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  1. Bomb-Sniffing Rats - YouTube
    1/16/2014 · The Scientist spoke with Christophe Cox, the CEO of Apopo, an organization that trains rats to detect landmines and tuberculosis.
  2. Giant pouched rat - Wikipedia
    4/20/2015 · Nicholas Kristof follows a large rodent as it searches a minefield in northern Angola. Produced by: Adam B. Ellick and Catherine Spangler Read the story here...
  3. The Mine-Sniffing Rats of Africa | Nicholas Kristof | The ...
    7/31/2015 · In Cambodia, Rats Are Being Trained To Sniff Out Land Mines And Save Lives : Parallels An estimated 4 to 6 million land mines are scattered throughout Cambodia, one …
  4. In Cambodia, Rats Are Being Trained To Sniff Out Land ...
    8/1/2012 · Despite being at least as intelligent and scent-savvy as bomb-sniffing dogs, rats are also much more mobile, easier to transport and consume much less food. They can also infiltrate hard-to-reach openings. Animals remain the most reliable explosives detection system, capable of identifying bombs at much higher rates than mechanical systems.
  5. Pentagon to recruit bomb-sniffing rats — RT USA News
    The APOPO scent detection rats, nicknamed 'HeroRATs', help to rid the world of landmines and tuberculosis –returning safe land back to communities for development, and freeing people from serious illness so they can get back on their feet. Stories: Miriam.
  6. APOPO | Training rats to save lives
    9/26/2014 · In 2006, Apopo started testing rats on the mine fields in Mozambique, a country that at that time was one of the worst affected by landmines, thanks mainly to a civil war that ended in 1992.
  7. Hero rats sniff out landmines and TB - CNN.com
    10/7/2015 · Meet the Giant Rats That Are Sniffing out Landmines. A Belgian nonprofit has found African giant pouched rats are much better at detecting TNT than people or dogs. WATCH:
  8. Meet the Giant Rats That Are Sniffing out Landmines
    3/23/2018 · I remember the first time that I left my forward operating base (FOB) in Afghanistan. I was heading out with a Civil Affairs Team to a local orphanage. About five minutes into leaving the base we came across a large number of Afghanistan men standing in a long line walking slowly across a large field (in what we in the military typically refer to as a police call line where we pick up trash or ...
  9. Bomb-Sniffing Rats? Who Knew… - opslens.com
    Bomb sniffing rats ... Interesting Tom Q! Enjoy! Tom Q . This is gross, but interesting !! Throughout the world, places that have been involved in war and/or . civil strife often have large minefields that still need clearing. In 2013, it was estimated that there was a global average of around nine.
  10. SamKat: Bomb sniffing rats ... Interesting Tom Q!
    9/22/2015 · The rats work back and forth across the field sniffing for TNT. Sometimes the rats are hooked up to lines that run between big wheels that handlers easily move the rats down the field as they are ...
  11. Bomb-sniffing rats save lives worldwide - Business Insider
    4/19/2015 · The Giant Rats That Save Lives. By Nicholas Kristof. April 18, 2015; ... In contrast, a HeroRat can screen 100 samples in 20 minutes — ambling along a row of petri dishes, sniffing at each, and ...
  12. Opinion | The Giant Rats That Save Lives - The New York Times
    Bomb-sniffing rats might save thousands of lives around the world from death and dismemberment every year. APOPO, a Belgian NGO that has been training giant African pouched rats to detect landmines, thinks it can make this dream a reality. In operation since 1997, their rats can successfully search 200 square meters in 20 minutes, versus the 25 operational hours it could take humans with mine ...
  13. What These Rats Can Do Can Save Thousands Of People Worldwide
    Putin is Using Bomb-Sniffing Rats to Fight ISIS. By Leslie Hale Leave a Comment. Bomb detecting rats could replace sniffer dogs in the battle against terrorism, scientists say. Russian experts claim the rodents could be trained to find explosives – planted, perhaps, ...
  14. Bomb-Sniffing Rats | Survival Life
    11/18/2014 · Rats: Scratch and sniff landmine detection. Meet the giant Africa rats with a remarkable skill, which allows them to safely clear large areas filled with deadly landmines. ... stopping every so ...
  15. BBC - Future - Rats: Scratch and sniff landmine detection
    Squeaky Remy is getting his harness put on by his trainer Pendo. Can you see how eager his...
  16. APOPO's HeroRATs - WATCH: The Bomb Sniffing Rats of ...
    A new method of bomb detection using rats, however, is flipping this process on its head. A Belgian NGO called APOPO has developed a way to train African pouched rats (named for the storage pouch in their cheeks) to sniff out bombs quickly and safely.
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