Lowland Streaked Tenrec

It's not a porcupine, it's a Lowland Streaked Tenrec! (Hemicentetes semispinosus)

Photo by Frank Vassen via Flickr.com


This website was created for the purpose of informing you, the reader, on the incredible animal that is the lowland streaked tenrec. This website was created for a biology course assignment at UW-La Crosse in Wisconsin. We will inform you on the many interesting facts about the lowland streaked tenrec and you will be able to find out what makes this creature so interesting. This fascinating creature is only located in one place in the entire world and can actually communicate with each other by using something other than their voices! The following web pages will describe many aspects of the lowland streaked tenrec including its classification, habitat and geographical range, form and function, reproduction, interactions with other organisms, a photo gallery, and many other interesting facts. There will also be multiple hyperlinks for your convenience if you wish to explore other organisms that relate to the lowland streaked tenrec. Explore this site further for more information!

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