WWI Life in the Trenches

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History

 

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Mary C

 

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February 17, 2017

 

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University

 

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Rats are infested by the millions in the trenches. Both the black and brown are feared, but the brown is more feared. The rats will feast on rotting corpses, eating eyes and livers. Which makes the brown rats grow to about the size of a cat. Despite the soldiers hunting these rats with whatever they have, the rats keep reproducing by the hundreds, which cause more contamination in food and the spread of infection...
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Lice and frog have their toll on the soldiers as well. Lice are a nonstop annoyance. They live in the seams of the soldiers' clothing, and more eggs hatch because of the body heat produced by the soldiers. Which cause more itching for the soldiers at war. Frogs, along with slugs and horn beetles are constantly found in the trenches and buried in places near water...
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