Why moles have poor eyesight?
moles live under the soil its too dark under the soil they get less sunlight and there is one more reason that is , under the soil they dont hav enough light to see things in distance so this is wwhy moles have poor eyesight.
Baby moles: Moles are mammals and baby moles mainly eat their mother's milk Feeding Habits of moles in general: * Insects and worms fall into the tunnels a Mole digs, allowing the Mole to collect them up and eat them. * Although they have poor eyesight Moles can hear worms from a distance and have a good sense of smell. * The Moles day is different to ours: they search their tunnels looking for food…
With regard to foods, there aren't any that will improve poor eyesight. Some are thought to be good at maintaining your eyesight longer than it might otherwise last as you age. The vitamin lutein is said to aid in maintaining eyesight as well as vegetables with carotene like carrots. They won't make poor eyesight better, however.
Moles and many cave dwelling or deep sea animals have poor vision. Some creatures such as worms and some amphibians don't have any eyes. Due to the fact that these creatures don't need to see, they have developed their other senses more than eyesight. Contrary to popular belief, bats have average eyesight. They see as well as humans can see. Bats do, however, use echolocation to give them an advantage in the dark.
A mole's fur is able to be laid forward or backwards no matter which way the mole travelled through the tunnels. Moles have poor eyesight due to being in the dark most of their lives. But, moles are very sensitive to worms dropping into the moles tunnels. Often the worm has its head bit off and, while still alive, the worm is stored in a specially chamber for future eating.