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9 Hideous Creatures That Deserve Your Unconditional Love

5 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

We can’t all be puppies—or even capybaras, for that matter. There’s a whole world of critters whose inner beauty goes unnoticed. Perfectly snuggly critters like naked mole rats have been mocked and called things like “the stuff of nightmares” or “the most terrifying thing I’ve ever seen.” Read more...

Naked mole rats can survive for 18 minutes without oxygen. Here’s why.

It has a little something to do with sugar. Continue reading ? The post Naked mole rats can survive for 18 minutes without oxygen. Here’s why. appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Naked Mole Rats Can Do What No Other Vertebrate Can

Scientists already know enough about naked role-mats to put them in the "strange" category. The hairless ground-dwelling wonders are notable for being cold-blooded mammals that are practically immune to cancer and far outlive other rodents, reports Science Daily. Now scientists say they've observed the creatures surviving without oxygen, too—for...

ScienceTake: No Oxygen? The Naked Mole Rat Might Not Care

5 months agoNews : NYTimes: News

Naked mole rats flip a metabolic switch to last for hours in oxygen levels that would kill other mammals. They can last 18 minutes with zero oxygen.

How Naked Mole Rats Can Survive Without Oxygen for 18 Minutes

Naked mole rats can survive 18 minutes with zero oxygen and suffer no ill effects thanks to a molecular trick that lets them metabolize fructose.

The incredible naked mole rat can survive with hardly any oxygen

These animal superheroes get on fine in conditions that would kill us and can go into a kind of suspended animation if oxygen levels drop too low

Sweet? Naked mole rats can survive without oxygen using plant sugar tactic

The subterranean rodents are able to switch to a fructose-based metabolic system previously only observed in plants, a new study reveals They feel no pain, don’t get cancer and look like baggy-skinned sausages with teeth: the naked mole rat is already famously weird. Show More Summary

What can we learn from naked mole rats and eusocial living? – tech podcast

Julie Freeman is an artist who creates forms, animations, and soundscapes from tracking data. She created a multifaceted installation – A Naked Mole Rat Eutopia – at London’s Somerset House, featuring kinetic sculptures, an animation...Show More Summary

Study pinpoints why naked mole rats feel no pain

The African naked mole rat is an odd, homely creature with the closest thing to real-life super powers on earth. These small rodents can live for 32 years, they are cancer-resistant, and they are impervious to some types of pain.

Study pinpoints why naked mole rats feel no pain

(Cell Press) The African naked mole rat is an odd, homely creature with the closest thing to real-life super powers on earth. These small rodents can live for 32 years, they are cancer-resistant, and they are impervious to some types of pain. Show More Summary

Naked mole-rats anti-cancer gene is unique among mammals

Naked mole rats are unusual in many ways as a result of adaptations to living underground, with extreme longevity and a lack of the normal signs of aging. However, the gene that gives naked mole-rats’ their natural resistance to cancer is unique among mammals, research concludes.

An Optimistic View on What Hydra Can Do For Us

3 years agoHealth / Aging : Fight Aging

As I noted in a recent post on naked mole rats, there are at least two good reasons to study the comparative biology of aging, which is to say how and why aging differs between species. Why are some species long lived, some short lived,...Show More Summary

WATCH: Rare footage of China's 'first surviving panda triplets'

3 years agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

China View brings us this rare footage of China's 'first surviving panda triplets,' born at a Guangzhou zoo. As you can see, they've passed the 'naked mole rat' stage and have started to sprout some white peach fuzz along with the telltale eye rings. Commence 'awwws' in 5, 4, 3...... [ more › ]

Naked mole rats are even freakier than we thought

4 years agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Naked mole rats are the superheroes of the animal kingdom. They live nine times longer than other rodents and they’re essentially immune to cancer. And now scientists think their extreme longevity can be attributed to their exceptionally strange ribosomes. Read more...

Naked mole rats' indifference to acid might help relieve human pain [Video]

5 years agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

We've long touted the awesomeness of the cancer-free, ultra-long-lived, acid-resistant naked mole rats, and we even suggested that they'll inherit the Earth from us. But while we're still around, let's see if we can't benefit from these remarkable rodents. More »

Parrots Versus Quail

6 years agoHealth / Aging : Fight Aging

It isn't only rodent species that have a wide enough range of longevity to intrigue researchers. Amongst the rodents, naked mole rats can live nine times longer than shorter-lived and similarly sized cousin species, but amongst birds it is the case that parrots on average live more than five times as long as quail. Show More Summary

Today on New Scientist: 5 December 2011

All today's stories on newscientist.com, including: naked mole rats make deformed, sluggish sperm and why you can't comb a hairy ball

Looking for the Differences that Make Naked Mole Rats Long-Lived

6 years agoHealth / Aging : Fight Aging

Naked mole rats are of interest to researchers because they can live nine times as long as comparable rodent species: this implies that they are a good place to look for determinants of longevity and important mechanisms of aging. You...Show More Summary

Don't Cry for the Naked Mole Rat It Lives Forever and Doesn't Get Cancer [Animals]

6 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

This creature can live 30 years. Are you terrified? Me too. But the naked mole rat might help us find the fountain of youth and a cancer cure, so I'm trying to reign in my desire for them all to perish. More »

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