There are apparently 385 shrew species in the world. Most Zoochatters are probably familiar with what shrews are, but how many of us have seen them alive? They are notoriously difficult to keep alive in captivity from what I have read because of their extreme metabolisms. They also hide underground or leaf litter for most or all of their lives. Given these challenges, are there any actual shrew exhibits in the zoo world where zoo visitors can see a live shrew species? Has anybody here seen a live shrew, and if so, what were the circumstances?