Nearly Blind Baby Shrews Form Conga Line—to Survive

Nov. 29, 2017 – This whisker of baby shrews was seen following their mother very closely around a building in Fuzhou City, China. Each baby shrew is biting the tail of the animal in front of it to stay connected. Shrews have poor eyesight and the babies are nearly blind. Staying together in a line is both adorable and necessary for survival.

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