Short-Eared Elephant Shrew Does Nothing

Sure you could watch your cat sleeping or your TV while it was turned off, but we here at Zooillogix prefer to stare blankly at this shrew not moving for 1:16 minutes.

Thank you Philadelphia Zoo.

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I was half expecting it to actually do something.

Staring Contest O_O

Now there's real meditation for you. Peace, man! Nirvana is just round the corner.

I kept expecting it to zoom in on its eyes and a caption to come up saying "Eyes Of A Killer!"

By frozenbunnysteak (not verified) on 10 Sep 2009 #permalink

It didn't do "nothing," it wiggled its nose, right in the beginning.

It wiggled its nose. And it adjusted itself.