A rat problem in Paris: How the city aims to deal with millions of pests
Some experts estimate that there are two rats for every Parisian. As construction and flooding pushes the rodents above ground, city officials are waging a campaign for their eviction. But as NBC News’ Lucy Kafanov found out, the rats do have some supporters.
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