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It is adapted to being nocturnal and has eyes so small that it can hardly see. It relies on its long snout that has excellent smelling power.
Western Himalayas. Widespread across South-east Asia.
The shrew was crossing our ground when me and my dog noticed it at the same time and both ran to see it. I caught my dog just before he was going to catch hold of it.
Lat: 32.50, Long: 76.50
Spotted on Aug 17, 2013
Submitted on Aug 18, 2013
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