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Shrew -(Blarina sp. )
Shrews are small, mostly insectivorous mammals that comprise about 6.5% of all mammal species. There are 32 species of shrews found in North America including one of the only venomous mammals, the short-tailed shrew. Shrews have a very high metabolism and must eat large quantities of insects daily, thus making them valuable to agricultural areas. This disarticulated skeleton is missing one arm.
|scientific order||Insectivora: Soricomorpha|
|scientific species||Species: dorsalis|