Helping others isn't restricted only to humans. And apparently being peer-pressured into ignoring others isn't that special to humanity either.

Read more below about a new rat study that shows rats aren't so different from humans after all.

A RECENT STUDY SHOWED THAT RATS ARE LESS LIKELY TO HELP A FELLOW RAT IF DISINTERESTED RATS ARE AROUND. This phenomenon is called the bystander effect,

THE BYSTANDER EFFECT IS A PHENOMENON WHERE PEOPLE FAIL TO HELP OTHERS IN EMERGENCIES. Studies have shown there's a number of reasons for this, includi
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