Elephant shrew photo a wake-up call to conserve

The animal, also known as a 'sengi', is the size of a rabbit and now lives within Dakatcha woodland forest, which is now heavily fragmented and reduced

In Summary

• Its habitat should be celebrated and protected as much as possible by residents, urge conservationists

Scientists in Kilifi county last month managed to photograph the globally endangered golden-rumped elephant shrew, which exclusively inhabits within the Dakatcha woodland in Magarini ...

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