Why doesn't iron in haemoglobin rust after reacting with oxygen molecules?

by mwape sydney
(Kitwe,Copperbelt,zambia)

All i know is: haemoglobin iron is in a waterly environment where there are oxygen molecules, hence iron reacts with water to form rust.

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