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Rats were rodents with hairless tails, and were one of the talking beasts of Narnia.
In the illustration of The Magician's Nephew, rats are among the creatures brought up by Aslan's song.
In The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, many rats were among followers to the White Witch where they help bind Aslan with many dark creatures on top of the Stone Table. They were also part of the White Witch's Army in Beruna where they fought against Aslan's Army.