Round-eared Elephant Shrew Macroscelides proboscideus

Round-eared Elephant Shrew
Round-eared Elephant Shrew
Elephant Shrews, also called Sengis, are not shrews and, surprisingly, are more closely related to elephants and seacows than to shrews or rodents. There are several species, all fast, long-snouted and native to (mainly southern) Africa.
Round-eared Elephant Shrew
Round-eared Elephant Shrew
Round-eared Elephant Shrew
The Round-eared Elephant Shrew is native to dry shrub, grassland and desert of South Africa, Botswana and Namibia. They are monogamous. They eat insects and some plant material.