Sengi


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Sengi

A subdivision of the old Zairean zaire. One sengi was equal in value to 1/10,000 of one zaire.
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THIS little fellow with his tongue sticking out is a sengis, sometimes referred to as round-eared elephant-shrews.
To snatch an ant, a sengi shoots out a skinny tongue from its mouth, which lies far back toward the neck.
A new DNA analysis by California Academy's John Dumbacher has helped add a new sengi species to the previously known 18.
The Blues will be without centre Sengi Tuihalamaka after he decided on a move to Blaydon but Stephen Dean is set to return at stand-off.
SENGA Monte Senga-Senga, Mozambique, -17[degrees] 32', 33[degrees] 07', or SENGI Sengisengi, Sierra Leone, 8[degrees] 55', -10[degrees] 37, or SENGO Sengo Sengo, Mozambique, -18[degrees] 49', 34[degrees] 01'
There's gorgeous footage of a tiny fleetfooted elephant shrew, or sengi as they're now called, outwitting a hungry lizard and lots of examples of the way the mammal family (mammily?
RENAMING OF THE SHREW A sengi, seal and elephant fight to survive IQ RACE Rageh Omaar SAYING NOTHING Hain (Coltrane) FOODIES Mike and Tina dish it up BIRTHDAY GIRL Debbie
There's gorgeous footage of a tiny fleet-footed elephant shrew, or sengi as they're now called, outwitting a hungry lizard and lots of examples of the way the mammal family unit helps it survive.
NEW BRIGHTON have lost the services of Tongan centre Sengi Tuihalamaka.
FACE IT: We see the lives of Grey-Faced Sengi and Aye-Aye, below COMPARE THE MEERKAT: Legend David Attenborough shows us what life is like for these creatures
Craig Smithson made an encouraging debut at prop forward but on the debit side both Jay Stirrett and Sengi Tuihalamaka were forced off during the second period with injuries.