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Steropodon - About.com Prehistoric Mammals
Aside from the fact that it lived over 100 million years ago, during the early Cretaceous period, Steropodon wasn't all that different from the modern platypus.
Steropodon Picture - Dinosaurs - About.com
The first Mesozoic mammal to be discovered in Australia, the platypus ancestor Steropodon lived about 15 million years after the more obscure Teinolophos.
Mesozoic Mammal Pictures - Dinosaurs - About.com
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Wild Animals: rabies, therapsids, monotreme - AllExperts
Apr 9, 2006 ... ... Steropodon - Prehistoric Mammal Steropodon Characteristics, Behavior and Habitat · Oligokyphus – Prehistoric Mammal Oligokyphus ...
Teinolophos - About.com Prehistoric Mammals - Dinosaurs
Steropodon, a close relative of Teinolophos (Australian Museum). ... Its closest relatives were Steropodon, which lived about 15 million years later, and the ...
Prehistoric Mammals A to Z - Dinosaurs - About.com
Share. steropodon -. Steropodon Facts · An ancient ancestor of the modern platypus. ... The largest marsupial predator of modern times. Share. steropodon -  ...
Monotremes - Monotremata - The Animal Encyclopedia
Fossil monotremes from the Mesozoic include Teinolophos, Kollikodon, and Steropodon. Classification: Monotremes are mammals. There are two groups of ...
Repenomamus - About.com Prehistoric Mammals
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Obdurodon - About.com Prehistoric Mammals
... as it was, Obdurodon wasn't the first platypus ancestor to appear on the prehistoric scene; there were also the early Cretaceous Teinolophos and Steropodon.
The First Mammals (Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous) - Dinosaurs
... reptiles and mammals. Sinodelphys One of the earliest marsupials yet discovered. Steropodon This platypus ancestor lived 15 million years after Teinolophos.
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