By Gisela, Toñito, Bayron and Isabel
Gisela and Toñito talked about the Nesiotites Hidalgo.
Bones of Nesiotites hidalgo was found in Muleta and in Cala Millor. Born 1945 (described by Dorothy Bate in 1945). Head and body length of about 6 cm and with an approximate weight of 20 gr. It ate insects. It was a “musaranya”.