Meadow moles are a very interesting species. The queen mole is a brown furry animal which digs underground, tilling the soil. The Queen has little holes in her sides where she keeps the worker moles. The worker moles are tiny and have wings. These workers fly around collecting nectar from flowers. They feed nectar to themselves, and the baby meadow moles which live inside the queen. Between the soil tilling and pollinating, a queen meadow mole and her workers help meadows of flowers to flourish. A desert can be turned into a meadow within a decade or so, just by introducing a few flowers and a meadow mole queen.