The mystery of the great naked mole-rat migration
Beneath the ground where they dwell, they have no competition. But now, they're on the move. Mole-rats defy the biological laws of ageing, are totally blind and despite being shorter than a dollar bill, they can create tunnel networks snaking the size of six football fields. If your curiosity is peaked, Jason Bittel, writing in The Washington Post, discusses their mysterious nature.
From The Washington Post