Naked mole-rats are seen in a University of Illinois at Chicago laboratory. The species has a bizarre ability to survive on almost no oxygen by adopting survival tactics more commonly seen in plants. Photo: Reuters Naked mole-rats are seen in a University of Illinois at Chicago laboratory. The species has a bizarre ability to survive on almost no oxygen by adopting survival tactics more commonly seen in plants. Photo: Reuters
Naked mole-rats are seen in a University of Illinois at Chicago laboratory. The species has a bizarre ability to survive on almost no oxygen by adopting survival tactics more commonly seen in plants. Photo: Reuters

Naked mole-rats just got weirder - study shows how they survive on almost no oxygen

Naked mole-rats are seen in a University of Illinois at Chicago laboratory. The species has a bizarre ability to survive on almost no oxygen by adopting survival tactics more commonly seen in plants. Photo: Reuters Naked mole-rats are seen in a University of Illinois at Chicago laboratory. The species has a bizarre ability to survive on almost no oxygen by adopting survival tactics more commonly seen in plants. Photo: Reuters
Naked mole-rats are seen in a University of Illinois at Chicago laboratory. The species has a bizarre ability to survive on almost no oxygen by adopting survival tactics more commonly seen in plants. Photo: Reuters
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