A Tunnel Palace

The Naked mole-rat (Heterocephalus glaber) lives in colonies that together dig  out underground complexes. These tunnels connect areas used for sleeping, going to the bathroom and eating, making a palace fit for a mole!

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    EarthrocksAngel says:

    I think these things are pretty scary and gross looking. But i guess that don’t need to look cute in the tunnels do they


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