| Yucatan Small-eared Shrews are the only shrews known to live on the Yucatan Peninsula. These tiny, pale gray shrews can be locally common in dry scrub or deciduous forest habitats, and there are records from archeological sites dating from the Pleistocene. Like all shrews, they eat insects and other invertebrates.
Head and Body: 61-90 mm; Tail 24-33 mm
Merriam, C.H., 1901. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 3:559.
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