According to foreign media reports, when scientists can’t find a species for several years, it is undoubtedly worrying. If they can’t find it for ten years, it will be even more troublesome. When a species disappears for more than 50 years, it is almost impossible for people to see them again. Unless the species is Somali sengi, a member of the elephant shrew family, which is rediscovered after more than half a century of disappearance. According to NPR, the little shrew is (or was) on the list of extinct species. The animals on the list are either extinct or too few, and it’s very, very difficult to find them. But, surprisingly, the little shrew is still there. According to scientists, the shrew has recently been found not only in its native Somalia, but also in nearby Djibouti. The last official discovery of the animal occurred in 1968. Steven heritage, a Duke University researcher who has been looking for this creature, told NRP: “it’s a very small relative of the Aardvark and the elephant, and it’s the size of a mouse. Now we know it must be a sengi living on a rock. We know that one of its communication behaviors is kicking. So now we have some basic knowledge. ” < / P > < p > obviously, this small animal is very good at hiding, but researchers know little about it except that it has been around for millions of years. Now that the species has been found in at least a few places, scientists may be able to better understand how they live, and perhaps more importantly, how they have been hidden for so long. After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today