If you’re an uptown rat, you don’t associate with the downtown kind.
Segregation is real if you’re a rat in New York City, though likely for more prosaic reasons than in their human counterparts. A recent genetic study of NYC rats found unique populations living in uptown and downtown Manhattan, indicating that they probably don’t interact with each other all that much.
City of Rats
The project is the work of Fordham University graduate student Matthew Combs, whose dissertation focuse