Question by  mlahlou324 (29)

What role did rats play in European history during the 1300's?


Answer by  SashaDarkCloud (5764)

They inadvertently spread one of the worse biological disasters that hit the face of the earth. They carried fleas that had the Bubonic plague and spread it through Europe.


Answer by  mb (5482)

Rats carried fleas. Fleas carried the bubonic plauge. The bubonic plauge killed as many as one third of the population alterning human history.


Answer by  Latha (264)

Rats are made an important role in the European history. Rats are the main reason for spreading plague. So a few of rats are actually spread the plague and other rats are duplicate ones. After effect of plague is very dangerous. So people think that destroy of rats is the only way for avoid plague. Another matter is this illness causes to number of death.


Answer by  linguist (62)

The flea of the now rare Roof Rat was responsible for the medieval plague, or Black Death, killing both humans and rats.


Answer by  Anonymous

The rats carried germs and sicknesses that ruined the european country

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