3. Star Nosed Mole
This creature might surprise you at first, especially when it lifts its head up and shows its nose. This mole is commonly found in the small and wet places of eastern Canada and in the northeastern parts of the United States. It’s unique snout is actually a sensory touch organ, with over 25,000 receptors, and the mole uses it to feel around where it’s going. The mole, using it’s snout, can also detect seismic wave vibrations, which means it can detect if an earthquake is coming.