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They took him away, up in that part of the hospital where you and I never go - way
up at the top part where the others are, where the others always have to go if they
are alive after the Rats of the Up-and-Out have gotten them.' Woodley sat ...
It took the rats two days to learn they could not feed during the day. Not so
numerous, they came at night. They climbed on the vines and nibbled the fruit.
They gnawed growing grain and ravaged vegetables. The next day the colonists
set up ...
Except for the lack of markings, it was a good imitation of a tiger. The exec
prodded it with his toe. 'We chase the rats out of the warehouse and they go to
the fields,' he muttered. 'We hunt them down in the fields with dogs and they
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