This is a one-day-old Rufous Sengi, one of the 19 living species of the family of Sengis--or "Elephant-Shrews." Sengis may look similar to shrews, but they are not closely related to them--or to any living animal. These unique mammals live entirely in Africa. As you read here on The Dodo, a new species of Sengi--the smallest yet-- was just discovered in Namibia!
The Etendeka Round-Eared Sengi is the 19th and newest addition to the family: