Kenya White-toothed Shrew

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The Kenya White-toothed Shrew is the most common in Africa. They are members the genus Crocidura and there are 103 different species - some of which are so new that they have yet to be named!They have long whiskery noses and live in amongst the vegetation. Kenya White-toothed Shrew eat insects and other invertebrates as well as eating small vertebrates.

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