Episode 12: Into the Hools
Determine to topple Dr. van Sangfreud once and for all, Blister sets out to recruit bloodthirsty wharf rats to his ragtag battalion. Can he reveal the one secret that would secure their allegiance before they gobble him up?
For the Curious
Discover the amazing story of Magawa, a rescue rat with a golden nose!
Watch a short film: Cambodia’s Hero Rats Uncover Deadly Landmines
Watch as Magawa becomes the first rat to win a gold medal for bravery!
“Magawa, a bomb-sniffing rat, has died” by Merrit Kennedy and Laurel Wamsley
“In Loving Memory of Magawa,” a tribute from APOPO, the organization that trains rats to detect landmines
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