Moles have broad, pink front feet with special claws for digging tunnels and fleshy, pink noses that they use for the sense of touch. You usually can’t see mole eyes, as their light-sensitive eyes are covered by fur. The most commonly encountered moles are the eastern mole and the star-nosed mole. The star-nosed mole is easily identified by its nose, which is surrounded by 22 finger-like, fleshy tentacles.
Color: Gray, Brown or Black
They burrow just below the surface of the ground by pushing through the soil with their snout and forefeet. Unlike the Eastern mole, the Hairy-tail will travel above ground at night.