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The black and rufous elephant shrew (Rhynchocyon petersi) is aptly named after the vibrant, contrasting black and brownish-red colours on…
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This large elephant-shrew, or sengi, gains its common name for the distinctive golden coloured fur on its rump. In common with other…
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It was as recently as 2005 that a camera-trap, placed in mountainous forest in Tanzania, captured images of a species of elephant-shrew…
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Juvenile common five-lined skinks have conspicuous bright blue tails which fade with age.
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