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General Information
Universe Real Life
Classification Talpa europaea
Species Type Burrowing Animal
Homeworld Earth
Environment Underground
Intelligence Non-Sapient
Biochemistry Carbon-based lifeform
Biological Information
Lifespan 6 Years
Average Weight 2.5 to 4.5 oz (72 to 128 gm)
Average Length 11.3 to 15.9 cm (4.4 to 6.25 in)
Locomotion Quadruped
Feeding Behavior Omnivore
Prey Worms and other small invertebrates
Predators Snakes, skunks, foxes, weasels, hawks, owls, and domestic cats and dogs
Distinctive Features Covered Eyes, Paws, Nose
Lineage Information
Related Species Mole Rat

Star-Nosed Mole

Cultural Information
Alignment Neutral
Sociocultral characteristics
Scientific Taxonomy
Planet Earth
Domain Eukayra
Kingdom Animalia
Phylum Chordata
Class Mammalia
Order Eulipotyphla
Family Talpidae
Genus Talpa
Species europaea
Other Information
Status Least Concern
The European Mole (Talp europaea), also known as the common mole or the northern mole, is a mammal that is a subspecies of moles.

Habitat Edit

The mole is usually found in underground tunnel systems. In the spring and early summer they can be found above ground finding of making new burrows.

Reproduction Edit

The mole as a short breeding season, lasting only a few weeks between March and April. Afterwords, the young stay for 4-5 weeks before leaving.

Diet Edit

Moles eat about half their body weight a day, usually preying on Earth Worms, but will also eat maggots and other insects.

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