Moles are small mammals that belong to the Talpidae in Soricomorpha family. They are most often found in North America, Asia and Europe. With a cylindrical shaped body, they have soft fur, small eyes and ears that are basically invisible, short legs that are really strong, and really large paws that are adapted for digging.
A nice garden and lawn takes a lot of work, time and money, and all that work can be undone by moles in no time. They can destroy a nice garden with their tunnels and molehills, affecting crops as well, not just the landscape that you have created. Moles can dig lots of tunnels which have large rooms for food storage, and this can affect the roots of plants or make the soil unstable.
Moles are small mammals adapted to a subterranean lifestyle. They have cylindrical bodies, velvety fur, very small, inconspicuous ears and eyes, reduced hind limbs and short, powerful forelimbs with large paws adapted for digging. They are quite spread throughout the world, being found in North America, Asia, Europe. Moles are considered agricultural pests in some countries, while in others, such
Moles are small mammals adapted to a subterranean lifestyle. They are characterised by their cylindrical bodies, velvety fur, and very small ears and eyes. They have short hindlimbs, but powerful forelimbs with large paws adapted for digging. The ‘true moles’ can be found in most parts of North America, Asia, and Europe although this term may refer to other unrelated mammals of Australia and southern Africa that have also evolved the mole body plan. They are considered agricultural pests due to the fact that they contaminate silage with soil particles, they can damage machinery as they expose stones with their burrowing, they damage plants, drainage systems and watercourses.