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As its common name suggests, the giant golden mole (Chrysospalax trevelyani), at 23 centimetres in length, is by far the largest of the…
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Information on the robust golden mole is currently being researched and written and will appear here shortly.…
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Gunning’s golden mole is perhaps one of the most enigmatic members of an ancient group of subterranean mammals that, according to fossil…
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Juliana's golden-mole belongs to an ancient group of mammals known as the golden-moles. The compact, streamlined body is covered with sleek…
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Marley's golden mole (Amblysomus marleyi) belongs to a group of blind, subterranean mammals that originated in Africa at least 40…
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An extraordinary-looking family, the tenrecs exist only in Madagascar and have a greater diversity of form than any other family of…
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Information on the Ruwenzorii otter shrew is currently being researched and written and will appear here shortly…
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Information on the Nimba otter shrew is currently being researched and written and will appear here shortly.…
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Information on the common tenrec is currently being researched and written and will appear here shortly.…
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