Correct those textbooks, kids.

So they tell us it's extinct for 11 million years, and they find out that they carry them in the 7-11 in Laos. Apparently science is not an....exact science.

CNN.com - Rat-squirrel back after 11-million-year absence - Mar 9, 2006: "Locals call the rodent kha-nyou. Scientists haven't yet a bagged a breathing one, only the bodies of those recently caught by hunters or for sale at meat markets, where researchers with the New York-based conservation society first spotted the creature."

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