Eastern Mole- Eastern Moles are small mammals which are rarely seen. They are most active at dawn and dusk, when it is difficult to see them; but that doesn't matter, because they spend almost all of their time underground
The hairy-tailed mole (Parascalops breweri), also known as Brewer's mole, is a medium-sized North American mole. It is the only member of the genus Parascalops. It is found in forested and open areas with dry loose soils in eastern Canada and the northeastern United States.
Eastern Tiger Salamander- one of the largest terrestrial salamanders in the United States. The biggest specimen recorded was 13 inches long. The average size ranges between seven and eight inches. The tiger salamander spends most of its life underground, as do other members of the group referred to as "mole salamanders." This salamander ranges along the east coast from southern New York to northern Florida, from Ohio to Minnesota and southward through eastern Texas to the Gulf.
The naked mole rat, inhabiting parts of eastern Africa, gets its name from its pink, hairless skin. The rat’s lungs are very small making it highly adept to underground life. Fun fact: Its skin lacks pain receptors. The naked mole rat is the longest living rodent as well, capable of living up to 28 years.