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A rare animal with golden fur has been found deep in the desert

A rare animal with golden fur has been found deep in the desert

It can only be observed a few times a decade, which is why scientists know so little about it.

She says an incredibly rare animal has been found in Australia IFLScience. Northern marsupial moles (Notoryctes caurinus) They spend almost their entire lives underground, venturing to the surface only occasionally, so they are rarely seen.

In addition, their small size makes them difficult to notice, as these animals grow to only 12-16 cm, but they are easily recognizable by their golden fur.

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It is found in the northwestern desert region of Australia, where, unlike other moles, it lives not in the soil, but in the sand, through which it passes without leaving tunnels. They feed primarily on insects, especially ants and beetle larvae, which they find in the sand.

However, exactly how they reproduce and how long they live are unknown to science, because they are so rarely seen that experts have not yet been able to detect them.

Northern marsupial moles are typically only observed a few times per decade.

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