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by Vic J. Hanson
1985) A novel by Vic J Hanson.
1985) A novel by Vic J Hanson. Used availability for Vic J Hanson's The Plains Rats. August 1985 : UK Hardback.
The plains rat (Pseudomys australis), also known as the plains mouse, is a conilurine rodent native to arid and semi-arid Australia. Referred to as the pallyoora or yarlie by Indigenous groups, the plains rat was once widely distributed across central Australia, including north-west New South Wales and south-west Queensland; however, habitat degradation due to grazing, introduced predators and drought have contributed to its decline.
That's the best thing about the book. All the Rat attacks were fun to read, especially the Train, Cinema hall and of course, the school scenes! Overall, Rats rule the book.
For millions of years man and rats had been natural enemies. That's the best thing about the book. A worthy read if you are into macabre.
Plains rats can be kept in captivity in New South Wales by purchasing a licence from the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service. Plains rat photos and information. amp; Woinarski, J. (2016). Pseudomys australis". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.
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Warren Hanson is an author, an illustrator, a musician, and a public speaker. He is the illustrator of Tom Hegg's classic CHRISTMAS TEA and PEEF books, Richard Jorgensen's READING WITH DAD, and Rick Kupchella's TELL ME WHAT WE DID TODAY, and is the author of GRANDPA HAS A GREAT BIG FACE, THE SEA OF SLEEP, BUGTOWN BOOGIE, and IT'S MONDAY, MRS. JOLLY BONES!
The Plains rat is a rodent native to Opal territory.
The Plains rat is a rodent native to Opal territory. Responsible for the abandonment of Hira and its transformation into the so-called 'City of the Rats', the Plains rat are known for their voracious appetite and ability to spreads disease. The rat plague in Hira seems to have begun at some point during the reign of King Brandon and reached its peak during the reign of King Lucan, though neither king was aware of the severity of the situation and offered little help.
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