Moles do communicate and ‘chatter’ with each other through chirps, snorts, guttural noises, and high-pitched squeals. Some mole species also are known to wheeze.
Since moles live underground and navigate through underground tunnel passages, it’s very rare to see their tracks. Their feet are quiet large in proportion to their bodies and their front paws are considerably wide, which aids in their digging, and the hind paws are somewhat smaller, but both sets of feet have very sharp claws.
Again, living most of their life undergrounds, mole poop above ground is not that common. When found it is identified as pieces of small brown pellets.
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