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Muribacinus gadiyuli

Muribacinus gadiyuli lived during the middle Miocene in Riversi. The name of the species comes from the Wanyi aboriginal word for "small" in relation to its considerably small size compared with modern thylacine was the size of a Fox Terrier dog, ...

                                               

Mutpuracinus archibaldi

Mutpuracinus agglutination and reaction of an extinct carnivorous, four-legged marsupials that lived in the middle Miocene and is the smallest known thylacinid approximately 1.1 kg, the size of the quoll, although more closely associated with the ...

                                               

Namilamadeta

                                               

Neohelos

Extinct diprotodontid marsupial Neohelos that lived from the early to middle Miocene. There are four species assigned to this genus Neohelos tirarensis, species, N. stirtoni, N. Solus and N. davidridei. N. davidridei is the most derived species o ...

                                               

Ngamalacinus timmulvaneyi

Ngamalacinus timmulvaneyi lived during the early Miocene and has been found in Riverslea. This species was carnivorous, four-legged marsupials in Australia. In appearance he was like a dog with a long snout. His molars were adapted for carnivory, ...

                                               

Ngapakaldia

Ngapakaldia is an extinct genus of diprotodontid marsupials related to the modern Koala and wombat. Around the size of a sheep, it was a terrestrial herbivore that lived around the vegetated shores of lakes in Central Australia during the late Ol ...

                                               

Nimbacinus richi

Nimbacinus Richi lived during the middle Miocene and has been found in deposits in bullock Creek in the Northern territory of Australia. Nimbacinus dicksoni Richie Nimbacinus differs from the well-preserved holotype tooth of the right. This speci ...

                                               

Perikoala

Perikoala is an extinct genus of marsupial, related to the modern Koala. The genus diverged from a common ancestor of the other Koala genera Nimiokoala, Litokoala and Phascolarctos, which contains a live Koala.

                                               

Silvabestius

Silvabestius is an extinct genus of marsupial from the early Miocene. They were grazing animals the size of a modern sheep. This animal is known from two skulls found close to each other, which came to be known as the "Madonna and child" fossils. ...

                                               

Thylacinus megiriani

Thylacinus megiriani lived in the late Miocene, 8 million years ago in the area So megiriani live in the Northern part of the territory was covered by forests with a constant supply of water. Thylacinus megiriani were four-legged carnivorous mars ...

                                               

Thylacoleo hilli

Thylacoleo hilli lived in the Pliocene and was half the size of a Thylacoleo crassidentatus. The holotype and the discovery was made in cave city in South Australia. Additional, possible specimens were found in the bow fossil site by students and ...

                                               

Obdurodon

                                               

Albionbaatar

Albionbaatar is an extinct mammal from the lower Cretaceous Lulworth formation of England. He was a member of the also extinct order Multituberculata and shared the world with much larger dinosaurs. Its in the suborder "Plagiaulacida", family Alb ...

                                               

Anchitheriomys

Anchitheriomys an extinct member of the family-beaver, Castoridae. She lived in North America and Eurasia during the middle Miocene. The genus name is derived from Anchitherium, an extinct genus of horses, and the Greek word for mouse, μῦς, which ...

                                               

Barbatodon

Barbatodon is a genus of mammal from the Upper Cretaceous period. He lived in Transylvania, at the same time, as one of the last dinosaurs and was a member of the extinct order Multituberculata. Within the suborder of Cimolodonta, and the family ...

                                               

Cricetulodon

Cricetulodon is an extinct genus of muroid rodent named in 1965. He lived from the mid-late Aragonian to Turolian. It is sometimes classified with its closest relatives in the Cricetodon - Ruscinomys group, which lived in total for 17 million yea ...

                                               

Dolinasorex

Dolinasorex glyphodon was a giant poisonous shrews that are now extinct. The remains of the animal were found at the site of Gran Dolina, located in the Sierra de Atapuerca, Burgos, Spain researchers from the University of Zaragoza, Spain between ...

                                               

Eridanosaurus

Eridanosaurus is an extinct genus originally described as a crocodile, but later shown to be a rhinoceros. You know, from Italy.

                                               

Europolemur klatti

Europolemur klatti was an medium to large size adapiformes primates that lived on the continent of Europe from the middle to early Eocene. One of the possible regarding this kind of Margarita stevensi, whose type specimen is approximately the siz ...

                                               

Guimarotodon

Guimarotodon is an extinct mammal of the upper Jurassic. It was a relatively early member of the also extinct order Multituberculata. Its living nibbling plants, both large and small, the world was inhabited by dinosaurs. Guimarotodon "Guimarota ...

                                               

Harpagophagus

Harpagophagus is an extinct genus of large, mostly carnivorous crushing mammals known as bear dogs, of the family Amphicyonidae endemic to Europe during the Oligocene living from 33.9 - 23.03 MA and has about 10.87 million years.

                                               

Helladotherium

Helladotherium is an extinct genus of Sivatherine Giraffid from Europe, Africa and Asia during the Miocene. The most complete skeleton is that women, based on a comparison with an intact female Sivatherium giganteum from the skull. Only two speci ...

                                               

Hyaenotherium

                                               

Kretzoiarctos beatrix

Kretzoiarctos Beatrix is the ancestral group of the subfamily Ailuropodinae in the fossil data from the middle Miocene of Spain. Based on the structure of the tooth, the researchers suggested that this species may be small herbivores, which eat v ...

                                               

Liotomus

Liotomus is a genus of extinct mammal from the Paleocene epoch. He lived in Europe and North America, and was a member of the extinct order Multituberculata, lying within the suborder Cimolodonta and possibly the family Cimolodontidae. Liotomus g ...

                                               

Lycyaena

Lycyaena is an extinct genus of terrestrial carnivores of the family Hyaenidae. Lycyaena was running around hunting for the hyena, in contrast to the full-time scavenger. It was proposed F. R. pitcher that Lycyaena could be a possible ancestor of ...

                                               

Mammuthus rumanus

Mammmuthus rumanus is one of the kinds of mammoths, which lived in the Pliocene that today in Eastern Europe. Fossils have been discovered in the UK and Romania.

                                               

Miniopterus zapfei

Miniopterus zapfei is a fossil bat in the genus Miniopterus from the middle Miocene of France. First described in 2002, he is the only known site of La Grиve m where it occurs with other types of fossil Miniopterus, the smaller and more common Mi ...

                                               

Nyctereutes donnezani

                                               

Peratherium

Peratherium is a genus of metatherian mammals in the family Herpetotheriidae who lived in Europe and Africa since the beginning of the Eocene until the early Miocene. Species include the following: Peratherium Africanum. (Africanum Peratherium) S ...

                                               

Procervulus

                                               

Prosansanosmilus

Prosansanosmilus is an extinct genus of carnivorous mammal of the suborder Feliformia, family Barbourofelidae, which lived in Europe during the Miocene epoch, existing for approximately 0.9 million years.

                                               

Prosansanosmilus peregrinus

P. Peregrinus lived in MN4 of France and Germany. Two fossils of P. Peregrinus were found in France and two more were discovered in Germany. P. Peregrinus were land creatures.

                                               

Pseudodama

                                               

Quercygale

Quercygale is an extinct genus of Miacidae, primitive carnivores that lived during the Eocene. The genus consists of four species: V. angustidens, hastingsae V., B. Helvetica and B. smithi. Phylogenetic analysis of the basicranial morphology of m ...

                                               

Stephanorhinus

Stephanorhinus is an extinct genus of the two-horned rhinoceros native to Northern Eurasia and perhaps in North Africa that lived during the Pliocene to the late Pleistocene. Two species of Stephanorhinus, Mercks rhinoceros S. kirchbergensis and ...

                                               

Xiphodontidae

Xiphodontidae is an extinct family from the order Artiodactyla, endemic to Europe during the Eocene 40.4 - 33.9 million years ago, existing for about 7.5 million years. They were, most likely, all terrestrial herbivores. Paraxiphodon suggests tha ...

                                               

Ysengrinia

                                               

Apeomyoides

Savagei Apeomyoides is a fossil rodent from the Miocene of the United States, the only species in the genus Apeomyoides. It is known from fragmentary jaws and isolated teeth in the early Barstovian, about 15-16 million years ago, Nevada. Together ...

                                               

Bisonalveus

Bisonalveus is an extinct genus of shrew-like mammals, which, apparently, land and ate plants and insects. Bisonalveus fossils have been discovered in the upper area of the Great Plains of North America, including sites in modern Wyoming, North D ...

                                               

Borophagus diversidens

Borophagus Diversidens is an extinct species of the genus Borophagus of the subfamily Borophaginae, a group of canids endemic to North America from the Miocene through the Pliocene epoch 4.9 - 1.8 MA.

                                               

Borophagus dudleyi

Borophagus Dudleyi is an extinct species of the genus Borophagus of the subfamily Borophaginae, a group of canids endemic to North America from the late Hemphillian of the Miocene epoch the Pleistocene epoch. Borophagus Dudleyi existed for approx ...

                                               

Borophagus littoralis

Littoralis was not detected Borophagus is an extinct species of the genus Borophagus of the subfamily Borophaginae, a group of canids endemic to North America from the early Miocene, in the Pliocene epoch. Littoralis was not detected Borophagus e ...

                                               

Borophagus orc

Borophagus Orc is an extinct species of the genus Borophagus of the subfamily Borophaginae, a group of canids endemic to North America from 10.3 to 4.9 mya Mya. Borophagus Orc existed for approximately 5.4 million years.

                                               

Borophagus pugnator

Borophagus Pugnator is an extinct species of the genus Borophagus of the subfamily Borophaginae, a group of canids endemic to North America from the early Miocene to late Miocene 23.3 - 5.3 MA. Borophagus Pugnator existed for nearly 18 million years.

                                               

Borophagus secundus

Borophagus Secundus is an extinct species of the genus Borophagus of the subfamily Borophaginae, a group of canids endemic to North America from the early Miocene to late Miocene. Borophagus Secundus has been existing for about 17.7 million years.

                                               

Brachypsalis

Brachypsalis is an extinct genus of Mustelids, which existed in the Miocene period. The genus was first described by E. D. cope in 1890. Later, a similar kind Brachypsaloides, was identified as a synonym Brachypsalis. To cope with the assigned ge ...

                                               

Carpolestes simpsoni

Carpolestes simpsoni is an extinct species of Plesiadapiformes, which is one of the earliest primates-mammals appearing in the fossil record in the late Paleocene. C. simpsoni had grasping digits but no forward facing eyes. Weighing about 100 gra ...

                                               

Catopsalis

Catopsalis is probably an invalid genus of extinct mammal from the Paleocene of North America. This beast was a relatively large member of the extinct order Multituberculata. Most Multituberculates were much smaller. At the time rod was also offi ...

                                               

Cimolodon

Cimolodon is a genus of the extinct order of mammals Multituberculata within the suborder Cimolodonta and family Cimolodontidae. Specimens are known from the late Cretaceous of North America.

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