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Very unusual colour - a 'blonde' one!
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This is certainly an unusual colour, I've never seen one quite this golden; perhaps it is a hybrid with that rare beast, the wild Cumbrian hamster! There is no hint of a pale underbelly obvious, did it have one?
The tail not being longer than the body shows this to be a common shrew. Also common shrews are commoner in Cumbria than pygmy shrews.
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