6 GIANT/BIGGEST RATS EVER FOUND Most ILLEGAL Dog Breeds In The World! 8 months ago   02:12

Rob Markievic
Invasion of the big rats. The biggest rats ever seen. Big rat. Rat attacked people. Rat attack people. Huge rats.

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Sal Suazo
Queen ratz
-_-icombo Forfun-_-
Master splinter trained all these big damn rats
Hector Spector
Underkingdom of the Skavenkind here we come!
Get the damn Bengal tiger
You forgot 6ix9ine
Theo_ VeVo
lmao of course its gravesend
I love rodents. I even have a gerbil with a hairy tail the size of its body and a chinese hamster. 😀
Robert Han
I saw one of these giant ass rats a few years ago. I was walking my dog around the neighborhood late one night. He's a seberian husky and I tend to take him out a lot. As I was walking around I saw a rat laying on the ground dead. If I were to guess, I'd say his body was around 2 1/2 ft, plus another 2 for his tail. He was the godzilla of rats. I was scared as hell and quickly pulled my dog away trying to get out of there. Later on I decided that no one will believe me if I just tell them what I saw, so I went back to get a picture. When I went back though the damn thing was gone. I was confused for a few seconds, but then it hit me. MASTER SPLINTER WAS PLAYING DEAD EARLIER! And I found him behind a resturant too, like I'm never gonna eat there again
Jax Roblox
looks like it’s acting dead 0:20
Rat in my house this big you can have the house keys
WeryFunny GamerBerry
bruh omll
Escobar Kicks
Imagine buying kicks and seeing that rat inside
johnQ public
Lee M Day
Killed with a lump off wood fuck that spaz 12 and a 50 cal oh and flamethrower and some hand grenades well you've got to be sure right!
Savannah Robinsin
They are cute
obama is my father
Very good
Jc Ramon
These are fucking possums
Adam Salih
#1 6ix9ine
why tf there a video about me
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Most ILLEGAL Dog Breeds In The World! 6 GIANT/BIGGEST RATS EVER FOUND 8 months ago   12:09

Check out these illegal dog breeds around the world! This top 10 list of banned dogs has some of the most dangerous and deadliest dog breeds on earth!

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8. Pit Bull Terrier
There’s a bit of confusion about where exactly the pit bull was bred and what it was bred for but most believe it was originally bred to “bait” bulls. And then in the 1800s, baiting became banned so the dogs were bred for a new sport: ratting and dog fighting.

7. Canary Mastiff
This is the Canary Mastiff, or the Perro de Presa Canario--a dog originally bred for working livestock. Their roots come from Spain and their name literally translates to “Canarian catch dog”. The breed was first introduced by Dr. Carl Semencic, an American anthropologist who wrote an article for Dog World Magazine and his books about the subject of rare breeds of dogs.

6. Japanese Tosa
The Tosa was a crossbreed of different European dog breeds including the Old English Bulldog, the Mastiff, St. Bernard, German Pointer, Great Dane and Bull Terrier. The idea was to create a larger, more powerful dog and between 1924 and 1933 the Tosa was created.

5. Brazilian Mastiff
The Brazilian Mastiff, or the Fila Brasileiro was originally created to be a hunting dog--doing well on ranches and plantations. It would guard estates and hunt big game animals like jaguars, but it also worked well around the farm and was able to “catch” individual cattle by grabbing hold of its neck for Brazilian ranchers.

4. Staffordshire Bull Terrier
This breed was created in the mid-19th century in Britain to be a small and fast dog fighter. If I saw one of these coming toward me on the street and off leash I would probably turn around, but owners swear these are the most sensitive and loving companions of the dog world.

3. Rhodesian Ridgeback
The Rhodesian Ridgeback is a majestic breed created in Africa to be both a versatile hunter and a guardian for the home. These dogs tend to be highly intelligent, stubborn with a significant amount of energy. You’ll be able to quickly identify this breed by the ridge which runs down their spine.

2. German Shepherd
I know many people who swear they will never own another type of dog besides a German Shepherd. It’s one of America’s most popular dog breeds but is it also a dangerous one? First, let’s talk about the good stuff. The German Shepherd is highly intelligent and his devotion and companionship are like none other.

1. Rottweiler
The Rottweiler is another versatile breed which was created to do multiple things. It could do everything from driving cattle to market and then later pulling carts for butchers. They were also some of the earliest police and military dogs.