Young shrews follow their mother


This 25 July 2017 video from Muiden in the Netherlands shows young shrews following their mother in a ‘caravan like’ way.

Mark and Gerda Heijdra made this video.

On YouTube, this video says in Dutch they are greater white-toothed shrews. However, in English they call them common shrews.

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