It is unknown what the lifespan of marsupial moles is, but it is believed to be from two to four years.
Moles live in Holes! Under Ground
There are three kinds of (mammalian) moles: moles, golden moles, and marsupial moles. Moles are 2.4 to 22 cm long. Golden moles are 8 to 20 cm long. Marsupial moles are 12 to 16 cm long.
moles live in a burrow which is a long hole with a number of molehills that are spread along the burrow (which is underground)
Starnose moles live in the east coast and are often seen swimming.
Moles are known for living underground.
They live in the rainforest
Moles can live almost anywhere in the world. They live underground, so they can survive in harsher climates. So yes, they can live in the rain forest.
no it is to cold for them
No. There are no golden moles in Australia. There are no true moles in Australia, as moles are placental mammals, but there are two species of marsupial mole, known as the Itjaritjari and the Kakarratul.
No. In fact some moles may develop into skin cancer.
None. Moles live underground.
how long is a mole's tail
I hate moles
Watch out its behind you!
Moles are animals which live on both the surface and below the ground. Moles have a special capability to live in low oxygen areas. They love to stay in farms and on lawns as they can eat the roots of plants without uprooting them.
Because it provides food and shelter for them to live
Under ground to catch its pray!
rodents and moles
Rabbits. Moles and gophers
Yes, the animals called moles give birth to live young, as opposed to laying eggs. Moles, as in spots on the body, do not give birth.