Animals that live underground include earthworms, moles, blind salamanders, groundhogs, aardvarks and ants. Some underground animals regularly come to the surface in search of food and nest materials. Others remain under... More »

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Some animals that live underground are worms, moles and prairie dogs. Worms and moles live underground full time, while prairie dogs and chipmunks do spend time above ground. More »

A wide range of animals live in the taiga, including thousands of insect species, hundreds of bird species, 130 species of fish, 85 species of mammals and a few species of amphibians and reptiles. The animal species livi... More »

A wide variety of animals eat earthworms, including rats, birds, foxes, moles, shrews, snakes, frogs, snails, salamanders, skunks and toads. Some insect species such as ants and beetles also feed on earthworms. More »

Beetles are eaten by predators such as wasps, spiders, ants, mice, rats, moles shrews, salamanders, frogs, toads, birds, skunks and other beetles. In order to avoid being eaten, beetles run or hide in a tunnel when they ... More »

Animals that eat slugs include ground beetles, ants, firefly larvae, marsh flies, toads, newts, salamanders, snakes, hedgehogs, shrews, moles, nematodes, raccoons, chickens, ducks and songbirds, such as the song thrush. ... More »

Some animals that live underground are worms, moles and prairie dogs. Worms and moles live underground full time, while prairie dogs and chipmunks do spend time above ground. More »