Sumatran water shrew
|Sumatran water shrew|
|Sumatran water shrew range|
The Sumatran water shrew (Chimarrogale sumatrana) is a red-toothed shrew found only in the Padang highlands of western Sumatra, Indonesia. Its natural habitats are streams in montane forests. The species is only known from a holotype, which is damaged, and was previously listed as critically endangered by IUCN. It is believed to be severely threatened by habitat loss.
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- Chiozza, F. (2008). "Chimarrogale sumatrana". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2013.2. International Union for Conservation of Nature. Retrieved 25 May 2014.
- "Sumatran Water Shrew Chimarrogale sumatrana". EDGE of Existence programme. Retrieved 25 May 2014.
- Media related to Chimarrogale sumatrana at Wikimedia Commons
- Sumatra water shrew (Chimarrogale sumatrana) media from ARKive
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