These were found in an owl pellet. The red edge to the teeth and the notch in the front incisors gives the common shrew.
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If you look at the upper teeth there is the first large tooth and five (four obvious) pointed teeth. the second pointed tooth is larger than the third indicating common shrew; it is the opposite for pygmy shrew.
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