What Causes Small Dirt Mounds in the Yard?

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Dirt mounds are often found in the yard can seem like a mystery. They are typically formed because of ants that create colonies. When they build their homes, the dirt mounds form from the dirt they dig out of the hole.
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Moles are common critters that form 6- to 8-inch-wide perfectly circular mounds of dirt on lawns. The symmetrical dirt mound features a hole in the center, similar to an anthill,
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Mounds are formed as the
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Ants. Tunnelling and removing dirt.
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