Derrick Kaamasee's Mole
of jet has a lot of incising marks, indicating a furry coat. These intriguing subterranean mammal's velvety coats have sensory purposes, and their coats aid in thermoregulation. He also incised a lovely tail and cool cross-hatching marks on the front limbs of this approximate 4 1/8" long, 1 3/8" wide and 1" tall fetish. It has bright blue turquoise inlaid eyes. Since a mole has poor eye-sight in nature, they use their other instincts to survive. This is good animal medicine for us: to try and go by what we feel, not just what see all the time.