Trending on Twitter: The showering rodent

A video of an animal taking a shower in a basin in Peru has gone viral on social media.

The animal is caught on camera is standing in the basin and very clearly washing like a human.

While most think it is a rat, it's believed to be a Pacarana, an animal indigenous to South America.

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