Moles have eyes, but they are very small and are sometimes covered by skin or hair. The mole's eyesight and sensitivity to light control its body clock, allowing it to know the time of day and seasons. More »

Moles live underground and are hard to spot, but the damage they leave behind can alert homeowners to their presence; moles leave behind molehills when tunneling, according to The Gopher Guy. Trails of surface tunnels al... More »

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To effectively rid a yard of moles, identify the mole tunnels, and then set mole-specific traps on the primary tunnels. Remove the mole, or dispose of its carcass. More »

While there are many misconceptions regarding whether voles, moles and shrews are the same species, moles are insectivores that live underground with specialized eyesight and feet with large claws for digging while shrew... More »

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Some of the differences between mice and voles can be noted by observing their tails, eyes, nose and ears. These two creatures often get people mixed up but on close examination the two can be distinguished. More »

Young mice are born blind, but they begin to open their eyes after 10 to 14 days. If their mother was exposed to insufficient lighting during pregnancy, they may remain blind even after they open their eyes. More »

According to The Nature Conservancy, roadrunners are able to survive in the desert because they have a gland near their eyes that secretes a salt-like substance that helps them retain water. Most roadrunners can survive ... More »