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2010-10-27 08:55:00

Nearly one out of every five vertebrates in the world are currently threatened with extinction--and things would be worse were it not for the efforts of conservationists across the globe--a new study set to be published in the journal Science has discovered.

2008-02-01 10:39:48

Sporting a trunk-like nose and a jet-black rump, a new species of a bizarre furry mammal was caught on film as it scuttled along a forest floor in Tanzania.

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2008-02-01 10:25:00

Although it has become a rare occurrence in the modern time, scientists recently reported the discovery of a new species of mammal in the Journal of Zoology.


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Grey-faced Sengi, Rhynchocyon udzungwensis
2012-06-17 19:50:17

The grey-faced Sengi (Rhynchocyon udzungwensis) is an elephant shrew that is native to south-central Tanzania, specifically the Udzungwa Mountains. It was found in 2005, in a small area of the Udzungwa Mountains, the Ndundulu Forest. This discovery was considered monumental, as there had been no discoveries of any new elephant shrew species for over a century. The grey-faced sengi occurs in two known populations, within a very small area of its habitat reaching 120 square miles. It resides...

Black and Rufous Elephant Shrew, Rhynchocyon petersi
2012-06-15 12:12:05

The black and rufous elephant shrew (Rhynchocyon petersi) is native to Africa, specifically Tanzania and Kenya. It is also known as the black and rufous sengi. As is typical to shrew species, the black and rufous elephant shrew is relatively large, with an average body length of 11 inches and a weight of up to 1.5 pounds. It will eat many things including vegetation, insects, and small mammals like the black rat. The black and rufous elephant shrew has been given a status of Vulnerable on...

Checkered Elephant Shrew, Rhynchocyon cirnei
2012-06-14 17:05:44

The checkered elephant shrew (Rhynchocyon cirnei) is a type of shrew that is native to Africa. Its range includes the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Mozambique, and Uganda, among other areas. It prefers habitats within tropical or subtropical arid forests, lowland moist forests, montane forests, and dry shrub land. The checkered elephant shrew will choose one mate and the pair will remain together for their entire lives, living within a territory of a few acres. They will consume mainly...

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