Archive for April, 2016

The nosiest of moles

The star-nosed mole (Condylura cristata) is a champion feeler. Native to eastern North America, these hamster-sized creatures do have eyes but they are much reduced so they are effectively blind. Instead, the moles rely on their uniquely weird star noses to find their way around.

Star-nosed moles live in underground (sometimes underwater) tunnels in wetland areas. They eat small invertebrates, aquatic insects and even small amphibians and fish. Their noses are key tools for finding their dinners.

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