The rufous elephant shrew, rufous sengi or East African long-eared elephant-shrew(Elephantulus rufescens) is a species of elephant shrew in the family Macroscelididae. Found in Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda, its natural habitats are dry savanna and subtropical or tropical dry shrubland.
Rufous elephant shrews are active throughout the day, with peaks in activity at dusk and dawn while having a midday rest. A mating male and female will build trails beneath leaf litter. The trails act as shelter and protection because the rufous elephant shrew does not build or use shelters or burrows. Throughout the trails are several rest spots for scent-marking and sunbathing.
The Rufous elephant shrew gives birth to one or two precocial young per litter. The female gives birth at the base of bushes or by fallen tree limbs beside the trails. She does not stay will the neonates and only nurses them in infrequently and for only a short amount of time. Photo: unknown
This silky-soft purple unicorn packs some serious star power, from the embellishment on her forehead to the coordinating stars and heart on her hip.
But you better hurry! Like a shooting star, she won’t be around forever. Vega is only available while supplies last. $51.. The last 2 unicorns they had sold out with in hours so dont wait.. message or comment below. #deception bay #magical#small business #fun#kids#gift .