The Naked Mole-Rat: a “Rara Avis”

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Not all rats are susceptible to passing pest control. Here we have an incredible example, the naked mole rat or Heterocephalus glaber, a very peculiar rodent. This mammal comes from the East African and lives many kilometres underground. He has quite pronounced front teeth that he uses to dig tunnels. In recent scientific experiments it has been verified that he can live without oxygen and continue to have a high life expectancy. This species, as well as plants, uses fructose as a vital mechanism. It has a temperature that adapts to the environment and does not feel any kind of pain. The Naked mole rat is certainly a great example of survival.

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