Moles

Because they're really just quite great
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Very wrong mole! Is alien! Badness.

The Star Nosed Mole A resident of the North America, this mole makes up for his poor eyesight with a hairless nose that is a “star” of 22 fleshy tentacles. The tentacles are extremely sensitive, they can even sense electricity!

Awesome mole. #moles

Now, a new study shows definitively that the common mole (Scalopus aquaticus) - the same critter that disrupts the lawns and gardens of homeowners throughout the eastern United States, Canada and Mexico -- relies on stereo sniffing to locate its prey.

"I did a tunnel!"

This is a guide about getting rid of moles in your yard. Moles can make your yard look really messy in a very short period of time. They are notoriously difficult to eliminate from your yard and often require professional assistance.

Golden Moles: Your New Terrifying Fluffball Overlords

Community Post: Golden Moles: Your New Terrifying Fluffball Overlords

They lure in unsuspecting passerby with their fluffy tummies. This mole is sweet.

Great fur, chap.

Mole lawn traps may hurt and kill moles and other small creatures in your lawn.

Learning about touch sensation from an unlikely creature, the star-nosed mole

Learning about touch sensation from an unlikely creature, the star-nosed mole

Star-Nosed Mole Native to North America are these strange moles with alien-like tentacles on their noses. Living most of their lives underg.

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