Vole

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2023-07-18 Snargl 0 minute 0 second

What kind of animal is Vole?

A vole is a small, mouse-like rodent that belongs to the subfamily Arvicolinae, which also includes lemmings and muskrats.

There are many different species of voles, and they can live in various habitats, such as meadows, forests, tundra, and semideserts.

Voles have stocky bodies, short legs, small ears, and short tails.

They usually have brown or gray fur, and they feed mainly on plants, seeds, and insects.

Voles are important prey for many predators, such as owls, hawks, foxes, and snakes.
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Where does the Vole live?

A vole is a small rodent that looks like a mouse, but has a blunt muzzle, a short tail, and small eyes and ears.

Voles are found in many different habitats across the Northern Hemisphere, including prairies, steppes, semideserts, alpine and subalpine meadows, tundra, and various types of forests.

Some voles can also live in urban areas, farms, and pastures.

Voles are also known as "field mice" or "meadow mice" in North America.
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What does the Vole look like?

A vole is a small rodent that looks like a mouse with a shorter tail and a rounder head.
Voles live in many habitats in the Northern Hemisphere, from tundra to forest to grassland.
They have soft fur that can be gray, brown, or reddish, depending on the species.
Voles are very prolific and can have several litters of young each year.
They feed on plants, seeds, insects, and sometimes carrion.
Voles are important prey for many predators, such as owls, foxes, and weasels.
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