What Do Animal Moles Look like?

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Animal moles have solid muscular bodies covered in velvety black fur though grey, orange, white and piebald colours can also be found in moles. They have long, pointed nose and short erect tail with small pin-head sized eyes. They also have big, shovel-like front feet with 5 strong claws specialised for digging.
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A mole is about 14 centimetres long; with a tail that measures 2.8cm long. Its body is cylindrical in shape, and it has strong and broad shoulders with its limbs shaped like spades. The nose is normally hairless and pink in colour, while the rest of the body is covered with soft, thick fur that is silver in colour.
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