PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY

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Rhynchocyon chrysopygus Golden-rumped sengi
Rhynchocyon chrysopygus
Anteater-like nose is used to search for prey
Photo: Galen Rathbun
Rhynchocyon chrysopygus Golden-rumped sengi
Rhynchocyon chrysopygus
Weight = 550 g.
Gedi Ruins, Kenya
Photo: Galen Rathbun
Rhynchocyon petersi Black and Rufous Sengi
Rhynchocyon petersi
Weight = 520 g
Captive from Tanzania at the Philadelphia Zoo, July 2002
Photo: Heidi Hellmuth, Philadelphia Zoo
Rhynchocyon petersi Black and Rufous Sengi
Rhynchocyon petersi
Captive mother and young foraging, July 2002
Photo: Heidi Hellmuth, Philadelphia Zoo
Rhynchocyon petersi Black and Rufous Sengi
Rhynchocyon petersi
Minja Forest Reserve, North Pare Mountains, Tanzania. 28 July 2006
Photo: Bill Stanley
Checkered Sengi Checkered Sengi
Rhynchocyon cirnei (camera trap image)
Burigi Game Reserve, Kagera, Tanzania. June 2007
Photo: Charles Foley, Tanzania Mammal Atlas Project
Checkered Sengi Checkered Sengi
Rhynchocyon cirnei (camera trap of likely estrus female followed by male)
Burigi Game Reserve, Kagera, Tanzania.  June 2007
Photo: Charles Foley, Tanzania Mammal Atlas Project
Checkered Sengi Checkered Sengi
Rhynchocyon cirnei
Mareja Community Reserve, Pemba, Cabo Delgado Province, Mozambique. 16 June 2011.
Photo: Galen Rathbun
Gray-faced Sengi Gray-faced Sengi
Rhynchocyon udzungwensis
Weight = 710 g
19 March 2006, Ndundulu Forest, Udzungwa Mountains, Tanzania
Photo: Francesco Rovero
Gray-faced Sengi Gray-faced Sengi
Rhynchocyon udzungwensis
Weight = 710 g
19 March 2006, Ndundulu Forest, Udzungwa Mountains, Tanzania
Photo: Francesco Rovero
Gray-faced Sengi Gray-faced Sengi
Rhynchocyon udzungwensis
Weight = 710 g
23 March 2006, Ndundulu Forest, Udzungwa Mountains, Tanzania
Photo: Galen Rathbun
Petrodromus tetradactylus Four-toed sengi
Petrodromus tetradactylus
Weight = 200g
Coastal forest, Kenya
Photo: Galen Rathbun
Macroscelides proboscideus Karoo round-eared sengi
Macroscelides proboscideus
Weight = 45g
Zwartmodder Farm, Maltahohe District, Namibia
Photo: Jack Dumbacher, California Academy of Sciences
Macroscelides proboscideus Namib round-eared sengi
Macroscelides flavicaudatus
Weight = 35g
Wlotzkasbaken, Swakopmund, Namibia
Photo: Galen Rathbun
Elephantulus brachyrhynchus Short-snouted sengi
Elephantulus brachyrhynchus
Weight: 50 g.
Mankwe Wildlife Reserve, Northwest Province , South Africa
Photo: Richard Yarnell
Elephantulus edwardii Cape rock sengi
Elephantulus edwardii
Weight = 50 g.
Traveller’s Rest, Clanwilliam, Northern Cape Province, South Africa
Photo: Galen Rathbun
Elephantulus pilicaudus Karoo rock sengi
Elephantulus pilicaudus
Weight = 50 g.
Loxton, Northern Cape Province, South Africa
Photo: Galen Rathbun
Elephantulus intufi Bushveld sengi
Elephantulus intufi
Weight = 40g.
Zwartmodder Farm, Maltahohe District, Namibia
Photo: Jack Dumbacher
Elephantulus intufi Bushveld sengi
Elephantulus intufi
Weight = 40g.
Windpoort Farm, Outjo, Namibia
Photo: Galen Rathbun
Elephantulus myurus Eastern Rock Sengi
Elephantulus myurus
Weight = 50 g.
Matopos National Park, Zimbabwe, August 1982
Photo: Tim Osborne
Elephantulus myurus Eastern Rock Sengi
Elephantulus myurus
Weight = 50 g.
Weenen Game Reserve, KwaZulu-Natal Province, South Africa
Photo: David Ribble
Elephantulus rozeti North African sengi
Elephantulus rozeti
Weight: 50 g
Midlet, Morocco
Photo: G. Rathbun
Elephantulus rufescens Rufous sengi
Elephantulus rufescens
Weight = 50g
Photo: Galen Rathbun
Elephantulus rufescens Rufous sengi
Elephantulus rufescens
Mother and young resting on trail through leaf litter.
Kibwezi, Kenya
Photo: Galen Rathbun
Elephantulus rufescens Rufous sengi
Elephantulus rufescens
Neonate - one day old.
Photo: Gene Maliniak, National Zoological Park
Elephantulus rupestris Western Rock sengi
Elephantulus rupestris
Weight = 50 g.
Rehoboth, Namibia
Photo: Galen Rathbun
Elephantulus rupestris Western Rock sengi
Elephantulus rupestris
Weight = 50 g.
NamibRand Nature Reserve, Namibia
Photo: Jack Dumbacher
Elephantulus rupestris Western rock sengi
Elephantulus rupestris
Weight = 50 g.
Captive eating a grasshopper.
Photo: Chris and Tilde Stuart