A Mythbusters episode you'll never see.

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+1 1. joka232 commented 8 years ago

AWwww, i wanted to see that! that sounded like a great episode!
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0 2. LightAng3l commented 8 years ago

After Killer ate the first mouse... the second mouse that was left was already a dead mouse walking, since his cellmate was fed and ready.
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+10 3. dave9191 commented 8 years ago

And then there was the one about contactless credit cards showing how unsecure they were. And the Mastercard / Visa / Etc.. lawyers shut it down.
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+1 5. Thanny commented 8 years ago

#3 That's not what happened. See here: http://news.cnet.com/8301-13772_3-10031601-52.html
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+2 6. Combo commented 8 years ago

How is that hilarious? I've worked with lab mice and it's no secret that they cannibalize each other when food is scarce or when they are not from the same litter (especially males). He really should take Discovery's advice and keep quiet about this one because -- thankfully -- animal welfare regulations which are designed to prevent such needless suffering are implemented quite strictly. I've been called many times at weekends by vets asking me to go in to work to deal with precisely such problems. Usually it progresses from nipping so intervening quickly and separating the mice can often prevent this. So no, not hilarious, and actually quite cruel. I'd be interested to see the paperwork which gave the go ahead for this study -- and if there isn't any (which I suspect), I'd be keen to see these guys prosecuted for animal cruelty.