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  Common Tree Shrew

 

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A Common Tree Shrew is easily recognized by its pointed snout and its long, bushy tail (fig.).

 

They are active during the daytime, either on the forest floor or amongst fallen branches, where they feed on insects and fallen fruit. See also List of Thai Animal Names.

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  Common Tree Shrew