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Rodents enjoyed being found by humans and would hide again to keep the game goingThe next time you see a rat darting for cover, consider this: it might just want to have a playful game of hide-and-seek.A group of neuroscientists in Germany spent several weeks hanging out with rodents in a small r...

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