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I'm not sure from the photo whether this is pygmy or common shrew. I've never seen such red colouration in either species though - a ginger shrew! Sad to see yet another dead one too.
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I've added a sorex spp. identification as I can not tell from the photo I'm afraid, I'd need to see the tail length at least.
I too have never seen such a ginger colouration in shrews, is this a local 'speciality'? Perhaps DebbieA can help.
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