Well, our opinion is that they do leave trails. But the trails are very subtle. Since Graboids frequent dry sandy soil, it tends to close in behind then after they pass. Most moles live in wetter climates, so the soil stays pushed up after they burrow underneath.
How come Graboids don’t leave trails behind them like moles do when digging through the earth? They must displace more sand than a mole does? was last modified: August 22nd, 2015 by
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