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Rodents run through restaurant in bizarre ‘conga line’ formation

THIS is the bizarre moment a rodent pack on a night out were caught doing the conga slap bang in the middle of restaurant.

A video shot by a shocked diner in China shows the mice-like critters connected with each other in the style of the much loved novelty line dance.  

Alarmed customers can be heard shouting as the mice line snakes in and out of the cloth covered tables.

Each of the scavenging rodents appear to be connected nose to tale.

It turns out they could well be Asian house shrews, who are liable to do a bit of conga now and again.

Mother shrews usually lead her babies about in what is known as a caravan.


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Each baby shrew bites down on the base of the tail belonging to the shrew in front of it.

This allows them to travel together in a fairly ordered procession.

According to the Mammal Society, these caravans encourage shrew pups to explore their surroundings.

Back in November a group of caterpillar were spotted doing the conga in Australia.

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