The best thing that I can tell you is to ask the manufacturer.http://www.fourwinds-rv.com/
Here are a few Animals that you might see while camping in many parts of the world:
* Squirrel * Bear * Birds * Skunk * Raccoon * Porcupine
* Fox * Mouse * Rat * Snake * Slow worm * Newts * Frogs * Lizards
It really depends where you live, as to which animals you will see.
DO NOT USE gasoline in a Coleman lantern. Gasoline is highly combustible and might explode in your face. Use only approved fuel for Coleman lanterns.
Some of the Coleman stoves are duel fuel which is Coleman fuel or unleaded gas. Either way, Check with Coleman first!!.
You actuality can burn gasoline in ANY Coleman lantern. However it does not burn as clean, and it can cause buildup in the generator. This is not a major issue it can easily be cleaned with acetone. Thrust me this does work and it is safe. I have been burning gas in all of my Coleman stoves and lanterns for the last 15 years and I have never had any problem. ( do not use kerosene )
There is no best way to eat a live rat.
First, if it is alive when you try to eat it, it will bite you.
Second, if you kill it and eat it, you could get sick. Rats and most other rodents carry diseases. If you are in a survival scenario and you need to eat one that you have caught, then you will need to build a fire and cook it until it is done -- I mean really done. Bon appetit.
I don't know about the sonic part because sonic implies that there is sound vibrations being used. A welded polyethylene floor of a tent would mean that the seams are melted together to provide a water resistant or waterproof floor for the tent. This sounds good to me. I hate to wake up and find myself floating around the inside of the tent. Been there, did that, didn't like it. Sometimes when manufacturers sell us something they give them big technical sounding names like "Sonic Welded Poly Floor." Ooooohhh... sonic welding, that must be good. I'm not saying that it isn't but names aren't always that important. If it comes with a guarantee that it won't leak, that sounds better to me. <correction> The sonic weld you are referring to is "ultrasonic welding", which uses a piezoelectric crystal. This crystal, when electric currenet is supplied to it, changes in length at very rapid rates. This rapid expansion and contraction causes a weld-head, which can be made of various materials depending on what type of plastic or thickness you are welding, to pulsate and sort of hammer on the plastic at a high frequency. This high frequency, aka ultrasonics, causes the plastic molecules to get excited and share electrons between the two joining surfaces, thus forming your weld. Also, this process creates no heat on the actual weld head, and in turn it creates a superior bond when compared to heat weldng plastic material.