| Verapaz Shrews live in mountain forests, undoubtedly searching in the leaf litter on the forest floor for invertebrates to eat. Because they occur over a fairly large geographic area, they are probably not at risk of extinction.
Head and Body: 67-78 mm; Tail 45-57 mm
Alston, E.R., 1877. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1877:445.
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