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Microgale gracilis (gracile shrew tenrec) is endemic only to the island nation of Madagascar. Individuals have been recorded over the length of the island from the mountains of Marojejy National Park and Anjanaharibe-Sud Reserve to the southern edge of the island, near Andohahela National Park. They're generally confined to the eastern portion of Madagascar, which includes Anjozorobe forest, Ankaratra forest, Ranomafana forest and Andringitra National Park.
Biogeographic Regions: ethiopian (Native )
Other Geographic Terms: island endemic