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In their glass-enclosed display, these rats, Rattus norvegicus, are of the same specie as the wild brown rat, except for the fact that their differing colorations are due to selective breeding, giving them a more appealing appearance, as well as a homey disposition towards pet owners.
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Creation Date:2013
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