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Once every 48 years, bamboo forests in northeast India go into exuberant flower. And then, like clockwork, the event is invariably followed by a plague of black rats that spring from nowhere to spread destruction and famine in their wake. For the first time on film, NOVA and National Geographic capture this massive rat population explosion in vivid detail not possible in 1959 when the last invasion occurred.

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