Rats learn to drive tiny cars, could advance human mental health treatment

Rats have learned how to drive and steer their own tiny cars in exchange for Froot Loops.

That’s a feat on its own.

But the real discovery in the study — and its wider implications for human mental health treatment — was found in their poop, per new findings published in Behavioural Brain Research.

Rats are better drivers when they’re mentally stimulated

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