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Naked Mole-Rats (Heterocephalus glaber) are rodents- relatives of rats, mice and guinea pigs. But we're very different from our rodent cousins and other mammals like you. - We're "cold-blooded" - we don't create our own body heat. - We're eusocial, which means we live in colonies, much like ants and honeybees. The queen is the only mole-rat in the colony who reproduces.
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