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UPDATED: 14:08, July 07, 2006
Super-sized rat frightens cat away
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An 80-cm long, nine kg 'rat' scares a white cat after unintendedly breaking into the cat's cage at Xi'an Qinling Wildlife Park, in Xi'an, northwest China's Shaanxi province July 6, 2006. The super-sized rat is in fact a nutria which is native to South America. (newsphoto)

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A feeder pulls the tail of an 80-cm long, nine kg rat at Xi'an Qinling Wildlife Park, in Xi'an, northwest China's Shaanxi province July 6, 2006. The super-sized rat is in fact a nutria which is native to South America. (Newsphoto)

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A white cat and an 80-cm long, nine kg 'rat' are on the brink of war after the super-sized rat unintendedly breaks into the cat's cage at Xi'an Qinling Wildlife Park, in Xi'an, northwest China's Shaanxi province July 6, 2006. The super-sized rat is in fact a nutria which is native to South America. (Newsphoto)

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