The range of the naked mole rat is East Africa: Southeast Ethiopia, Eastern Kenya and Somalia.
The habitat of the naked mole rate is underground only. Naked mole rats will come to the surface to migrate to new groups. Usually 70 to 80 individuals to a colony. Underground passage are usually 7” deep and single passage and 2 lane passages that are 20" deep in grasslands and savannahs.
Gestation is about 10 weeks. Pups can walk in a few hours and east solid food at 3-4 weeks.
Usually 3 to 15 pups. Can have up to 4-5 litters per year
Naked mole rats live in a large colony and have a cooperative social structure. They are burrowing rodents, virtually blind, and never eat food above ground. The naked mole rat is the only mammal with a social organization similar to bees, ants, and termites.
The naked mole rat colony is dominated by the only breeding female or queen. The queen has 1 to 3 mates. She mates almost every 3 months within about 1 week of her last litter.
Tubers and roots only, wild species east sweet potatoes. All moisture comes from food. Young eat a form of feces called a cecotroph to obtain beneficial bacteria that aids digestion.
Rodent pellets, yam, apple, carrot, corn, banana, kale