What is another word for pouched mole?
4 synonyms found
[ pˈa͡ʊt͡ʃt mˈə͡ʊl], [ pˈaʊtʃt mˈəʊl], [ p_ˈaʊ_tʃ_t m_ˈəʊ_l]
The term "pouched mole" is often used to describe a particular type of mole that is native to certain regions of North America. However, there are several other terms that may be used interchangeably to refer to this type of mole, including pocket gopher, root vole, and burrowing rodent. Each of these terms refers to the same animal, but may be more commonly used in certain regions or contexts. For example, pocket gopher is the term most commonly used in the western United States, while root vole is more common in parts of the Midwest and Northeast. Regardless of the specific term used, the pouched mole is known for its unique ability to dig complex tunnel systems underground, using its powerful front paws and sharp teeth.
Related words: mole in the ground, mole in the garden, mole in the backyard, mole in the yard, mole in the grass
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