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Hedgehogs, Gymnures
 
Adapisorex P Adunator P Alsaticopithecus Amphechinus Amphilemur
Ankylodon Atelerix Auroralestes Brachyerix Cedrocherus
Changlelestes Colpocherus Creotarsus Crypholestes Cryptolestes
Dartonius Deinogalerix C Diacocherus Diacochoerus Diacodon
Dimylechinus Dormaalius Endolestes Entomolestes Eochenus
Erinaceus Exallerix Galerix Gesneropithex Ghambilentes
Gymnurechinus Hemiechinus Hibbarderix Hylomys Ictopidium
Lantanotherium Lanthanotherium Leipsanolestes Litocherus Litolestes
Macrocranion P Mckennatherium Messelina Metechinus Metexallerix
Mioechinus Neomatronella Neotetracus Neurogymnurus Ocajila
Oncocherus Palaeoerinaceus Palaeoscaptor Parasorex Parvechinus
Parvericius Patriolestes Pholidocercus Placentidens Pontifactor
Postexallerix Postpalerinaceus Postpalerinacus Protechinus Proterix
Proterixoides Pseudogalerix Riddleria Rubitherium Scenopagus
Schizogalerix Seia Sespedectes Stenoechinus Talpavoides
Talpavus Tetracus Thaiagymnura Tupaiodon Untermannerix
Vastania Wyonycteris Xenacodon Zaraalestes Zionodon

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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