Close up of a cute Elephant shrew (Macroscelididae) sitting on a stone, South Africa.
The rare and elusive Eurpean water shrew (Neomys fodiens) sitting on it's hind legs.
Common tree shrew (Tupaia glis) in a forest in Thailand.
Black and rufous elephant shrew, found only in Africa, native to the lowland montane and dense forests of Kenya and Tanzania.
A man holding a tiny newborn baby shrew (Neomys fodiens).
Elephant shrew - Macroscelides proboscideus - isolated on white
The rare and elusive European Water Shrew (Neomys fodiens) sitting on its hind legs.
Did you know that tree shrews have similar sleep cycles to humans?
J.A. Allen, Herbet Lang, James Paul Chapin, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons
The hero shrew lives in the undergrowth, feeding primarily on invertebrates.
Pygmy shrew foraging for food. The extraordinarily high metabolism of shrews requires them to consume as much as 3 times their body weight each day.
A macro closeup shot of the smallest mammal in the world known as Etruscan shrew lying on a decaying log