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Llaca

This mammal has dense and silky fur, of a light brown in its tummy area and grey on its back. It has a long tail, sharp snout and sharp teeth, and it looks like a small rat. It has big ears and you can recognize it because they have a dark spot around their eyes. Females have a special breast area that shows fifteen nipples.

Scientific name
Marmosa Elegans
Family
Didelphidae
Distribution
From Elqui Valley to Valdivia.
Habitat
From the coast to the 2000 meters above the sea level.

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