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Aegyptocetus Agriocetus Ambulocetus P C Ancalecetus P Andrewsiphius P
Archaeocetus Argyrocetus Arionius Artiocetus P Attockicetus P
Austrosqualodon Babiacetus P Basilosaurus P C Basiloterus P Basilotritus
Carolinacetus P Ceterhinops Cetotolites C Chrysocetus P Colophonodon
Crenatocetus Cynthiacetus Cyrtodelphis Dalanistes P Delphinoides
Doliodelphis Dorudon C Eocetus P Eosqualodon Eurhinodelphis C
Gandakasia Gaviacetus P Georgiacetus P Himalayacetus P Hydrarchos
Ichthyolestes P Ichthyoletes Indocetus P Iniopsis Kelloggia
Kutchicetus P Macrodelphinus Macrophoca Maiacetus P Makaracetus P
Makracetus Masracetus P Medocinia Metasqualodon Microcetus
Microzeuglodon Mycteriacetus Nalacetus Natchitochia Neosqualodon
Notocetus Ocucajea Oligodelphis Pakicetus P Pappocetus
Parasqualodon Patriocetus Peregocetus Phoberodon Phocaenopsis
Phocageneus Phocodon Platyosphys Pontobasileus Pontobasilus
Pontogeneus Prosqualodon Protocetus P Prozeuglodon C Qaisracetus P
Quisracetus Remingtonocetus P Rhabdosteus Rhizoprion Rodhocetus P
Sachalinocetus Saghacetus Saurocetus Schizodelphis Smilocomptus
Squalodelphis Squalodon C Stromerius P Supayacetus Takracetus P
Tangarasaurus Tangaroasaurus Trirhizodon Vanbreenia Xiphiacetus
Zeuglodon C Ziphiodelphis Zygorhiza P C

Name The name (genus) of the life form.
  Life Form Family Group  The family group to which the life form belongs.
This life form is Globally Extinct.  or  At least one species of this life form still exists today.  The 'cross' symbol indicates that this life form is globally extinct whereas the 'heart' symbol indicates that at least one species of this life form still exists today.
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