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Not certain, but agreeing with common on basis of tail length - about half body - and head shape - think pygmy would be more domed.
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The short tail suggests a common shrew, but it would be useful to have a coin in view to clarify size.
I think the above are right, the tail length is pretty conclusive, this is a common shrew.
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