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“I’m against the idea that rock stars have to live a life that’s completely understandable or predictable to their audience….Maybe I’ll just be the mysterious figure that’ll never be able to truly be defined. Maybe that’s what my thing is.” - Debbie Harry (via)

This photo of Blondie lead singer, Debbie Harry by Robert Mapplethorpe is one of 100 that make up the “American Cool” exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. 

“I’m against the idea that rock stars have to live a life that’s completely understandable or predictable to their audience….Maybe I’ll just be the mysterious figure that’ll never be able to truly be defined. Maybe that’s what my thing is.” - Debbie Harry (via)

This photo of Blondie lead singer, Debbie Harry by Robert Mapplethorpe is one of 100 that make up the “American Cool” exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. 

“I’m against the idea that rock stars have to live a life that’s completely understandable or predictable to their audience….Maybe I’ll just be the mysterious figure that’ll never be able to truly be defined. Maybe that’s what my thing is.” - Debbie Harry (via)

This photo of Blondie lead singer, Debbie Harry by Robert Mapplethorpe is one of 100 that make up the “American Cool” exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery

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5 Fun Facts about the Naked Mole-Rat:
1. Naked mole-rats can live up to 30 years.
2. A colony contains up to 300 naked mole-rats!
3. They have a social system like bees – the queen is the only female reproducing in the colony.
4. She can have 900+ pups in a lifetime!
5. Because the queen’s milk has high water content, she needs to produce 58% of her body weight in milk daily to feed her pups.
Learn more with experts from Smithsonian’s National Zoo & Smithsonian Environmental Research Center via Smithsonian Science. 
5 Fun Facts about the Naked Mole-Rat:
1. Naked mole-rats can live up to 30 years.
2. A colony contains up to 300 naked mole-rats!
3. They have a social system like bees – the queen is the only female reproducing in the colony.
4. She can have 900+ pups in a lifetime!
5. Because the queen’s milk has high water content, she needs to produce 58% of her body weight in milk daily to feed her pups.
Learn more with experts from Smithsonian’s National Zoo & Smithsonian Environmental Research Center via Smithsonian Science. 

5 Fun Facts about the Naked Mole-Rat:

1. Naked mole-rats can live up to 30 years.

2. A colony contains up to 300 naked mole-rats!

3. They have a social system like bees – the queen is the only female reproducing in the colony.

4. She can have 900+ pups in a lifetime!

5. Because the queen’s milk has high water content, she needs to produce 58% of her body weight in milk daily to feed her pups.

Learn more with experts from Smithsonian’s National Zoo & Smithsonian Environmental Research Center via Smithsonian Science