Blesmoles and mole rats
Order : Rodentia
Suborder : Hystricognathi
Family : Bathyergidae
Animals in the family Bathyergidae
|Naked mole rat|
Facts about the family Bathyergidae, the blesmoles and mole rats
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- Naked mole-rats are cold-blooded mammals that live in colonies of three to three hundred animals.
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Disparate mole-ratsAfrican naked mole-rats are excellent models for studying social structure.
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Which of the following statements about naked mole-rats is true? (Full text)
1 Naked mole-rats are certainly animals of massive confusion! (Full text)
The proof of the success of outbreeder mole-rats outbreeding for naked mole-rats is now resounding. (Full text)
"It was a complete surprise when we discovered that the skin of naked mole-rats is missing one of the most basic chemicals that's found in the skin of all other mammals," said Thomas Park, associate professor of biological sciences at the University of Illinois at Chicago and the principal investigator in the research project. (Full text)
Thus, even though a mole-rat (family Bathyergidae) is not a true rat, its Gjarrda name, t8maRi5eg teomarisjeig, is a compound of the Gjarrda words for "mole" and "rat". (Full text)
Naked mole-rats are 7 to 8 cm long, with a 1 cm long tail. (Full text)
Main Entry: bathyergidae bathyergidae is one of more than 1,000,000 entries available at Merriam-WebsterUnabridged. (Full text)
HUSBANDRY AND MANAGEMENT OF THE NAKED MOLE-RAT BY CHRISTOPHER KIBBEY Introduction The naked mole-rat (Heterocephalus glaber), a rodent of the mole-rat or blesmol family (Bathyergidae), is found in central and eastern Ethiopia, Somalia and Kenya (Partridge, 1996). (Full text)