Grant's golden mole

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Grant's golden mole

Order : Insectivora
Family : Chrysochloridae
Species : Eremitalpa granti

 

The Grant's golden mole is listed as Near Threatened (NT), is close to qualifying for or is likely to qualify for a threatened category in the near future, on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species

Namings for the Grant
A young / baby of a Grant is called a 'pup'. A Grant group is called a 'labour,company or movement'.
Countries
Namibia and South Africa

Facts about the Grant's golden mole

Geographic Range Grant’s golden mole, Eremitalpa granti, is confined to a small section of southwestern Africa, inhabiting southwestern Cape Province and Little Namaqualand in South Africa northward to the Namib Desert in Namibia.

Grant's Golden Mole is a small mammal.

  The Grant's Golden Mole is a small .

Grant's golden moles are solitary, foraging just under the desert sand surface, mainly at night, causing visible ridges, and also have deeper nest chambers and boltholes.

BehaviourGrant's golden moles are solitary, foraging just under the desert sand surface, mainly at night, causing visible ridges, and also have deeper nest chambers and boltholes. (Full text)

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