Fig. 2.22.

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The shrew-opossums (Caenolestes spp.) are opportunists that eat a variety of insects and their larvae. They locate their prey by smell, poking their noses into moss and leaf litter. Once the prey is secured it is held between the forepaws while the animal sits up on its hind legs and tail to eat. Source: Reed Ojala-Barbour.
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