Where Do Moles Live?

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Moles are little cylindrical mammals that live a wide variety of living conditions. They are found living in geographical elevations ranging from lowland costal areas to mountains. They also live in underground burrows.
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Moles are found in North America, Europe and Asia, usually in underground burrows.
Moles live i n warm places. They spend most of their time in the underground where they make tunnels. They can be found in Australia, North America, Africa, Europe etc.
Moles will tend to live in warmer climates. They will burrow themselves underground. They make tunnels and a whole underground city for them to live in.
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