Raffle's Gymnure

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The only species of the Gymnure genus, found in Sumatra. “It is little known, but seems to possess more teeth than the hedgehog, that is, fourty-four in number. It is nearly the same size as that animal, but its body is more elongated. Its fur is soft, and of a grayish color: its tail is long, and nearly naked.” —Goodrich, 1885


Rat, hedgehog


Mammals: F-G


S. G. Goodrich, The Animal Kingdom Illustrated (New York: A. J. Johnson & Co., 1885) 140


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