Moles and gophers are two of the most common animal pests, and due to similarities they are often confused.
Moles are smaller than gophers and have pointed snouts and large front claws. Moles do not feed on your lawn but eat the insects that dwell in the lawn. Although they may help with insect control, the moles’ shallow tunnels leave uneven mounds of dirt on the ground above.
Gophers are larger than moles and have buckteeth and small ears. Gophers eat your grass and plant roots. Gophers also leave mounds of dirt, but they do far more damage with their underground tunnels, causing sinkholes.
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