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Naked mole rats have unique dialects and are ‘xenophobic’: study

Humans and naked mole rats have more in common than you might think. The hairless rodents speak in a wide variety of dialects based on where they’re from — and discriminate against outsiders, a new study found. The wrinkled, pinkish rats can live in underground colonies of up to 300 members, who communicate with high-pitched…