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Searching for the Solenodon

Searching for the Solenodon

Conservationists from the UK are scouring the Dominican Republic with the hopes of finding the elusive Solenodon, a strange-looking creature that faces growing threats to its survival. The nocturnal animal boasts a litany of unique attributes including being the only mammal able to inject venom with its teeth as well as a lineage which dates back 76 million years. More on the story, including video of the search for the Solenodon, can be found at BBC News.

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