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Giant Rats Turned Heroes

Paul McCarthy, Programme Manager for Cambodia, APOPO

30-Aug-16 18:00

Giant Rats Turned Heroes

APOPO is a Belgian nonprofit that is training African giant pouched rats to sniff out landmines and tuberculosis. We speak to Paul McCarthy from the team to learn more about detection rat technology, and to find out about APOPO's efforts in Cambodia.


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Tags:  Evening EditionHeroRATsPaul McCarthyAPOPOCambodiaLandminesTuberculosisAfrican giant pouched ratDetection rat technologySocial Enterprises, Non-ProfitsOther personality interviewsPolitics, News, Current Affairs


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