ⓘ Kano mole

                                     

ⓘ Kano mole

The Kano mole is a species of mole native to Taiwan. The specific name kanoana is derived from Tadao Kano, a Japanese naturalist who made the first record of these animals in 1940s.

In 2004, biologists from Japan and Taiwan found a few samples and confirmed the existence of this species.

                                     
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