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Do you have rats? Please read!
The title already gives away my matter. For school we have to do a scientific work, and I would like to do mine in biology. For this, I would like to do behavioral experiments with my rats (don't worry, they won't take any damage of this), but the thing is, that two rats are not enough to prove a thesis.
That is why I would like to ask whether you would be willed to help me; I would send you the detailed breadboard construction once it is made, but I can describe you the rough plan:
The rat is sitting in a box (best: in a box they know, something like a transport box for example) and wants to get out. For that, she must (for example, this is not sure yet) pull at a rope, so the door will open. After that she gets something she likes, food for example. The time is measured until the rat gets out, and what is guessed is that the rat needs less time to get out at each repition.
What you would need to help me: Two rats that are the same