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Northern Short-tailed Shrew
The northern short-tailed shrew is replaced to the south by Elliot's short-tailed shrew (in the west) and southern short-tailed shrew (in the east). In.
Blarina carolinensis. By Timothy S. McCay
Southern short-tailed shrew, Blarina carolinensis
southern short-tailed shrew (B.
Supplemental Information for the Sherman's Short-tailed Shrew
Natural history of the southern short-tailed shrew,. Blarina carolinensis. Occasional Papers the Museum of Southwestern Biology 8:1-43.

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Inside the Conservancy Wildlife Clinic: Wildlife no match for cars and pets
Photo by Sydney Vaught Clinic staff prepare to administer subcutaneous electrolytes to a southern short-tailed shrew. The shrew later died from the injuries it sustained from a cat attack.

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Southern Short-tailed Shrew - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Southern Short-tailed Shrew (Blarina carolinensis) is a small, gray, short- tailed mammal that inhabits the eastern United States.
Southern Short-tailed Shrew (Blarina carolinensis)
Description, photograph, distribution and habits, from the Mammals of Texas.
Southern Short-tailed Shrew at Animal Corner
Southern Short-tailed Shrews are well adapted for digging. They have strong, wide front teeth which are slightly larger than their hind feet.
North American Mammals: Blarina carolinensis
The Southern Short-tailed Shrew is a highly active, primarily nocturnal predator.
Southern Short-tailed Shrew - Georgia Museum of Natural History
This shrew is covered with short, dense, velvety fur which is grayish to grayish black. The belly is slightly paler.

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