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A site was considered as a nesting site only if a shrew was actually observed exiting from the nest.
Small enough to fit in the palm of your hand, elephant shrews are actually more closely related to elephants than to shrews.
During January-August 2013, we collected rodents and shrews in Jiaonan County, Shandong Province, China (119[degrees]30'-120[degrees]30'E, 35[degrees]35'-36[degrees]08' N).
Elephant shrews, or sengis, are native to Africa and, like antelopes on the savanna, "run like the wind," Rathbun says.
Our investigations so far indicate that the shrew did not enter the bag at Kettle Foods, or during distribution, and therefore we need to understand how it came to be associated with our product.
The tiny black eyes of the shrew are testament to the dark world where it lives, a place of twisted grass stems, roots, vole runs and rocky nooks and crannies.
The Taming Of The Shrew will be performed with an all-female cast, as it was in the play's inaugural performance at the Globe in 2003.
The hero shrew has the most bizarre mammalian backbone in the world," William Stanley, lead author of the (http://rsbl.
Skeletal elements of the shrew were found during picking of sediment concentrate from a spot sample of Zone A sediment collected in situ in the sinkhole on 4 September 1997.
Although written over 400 years ago, The Taming of the Shrew is a surprisingly modern piece," she says.
The Shrew won well at Kempton earlier this month, but will be a big outsider if she takes her chance.
Sorex preblei (Preble's shrew)--One specimen of this shrew was trapped in July 2008 near the Ruby Valley Ranger Station at 2,000 m elevation (Appendix).