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Prehistoric Marsupials †
 
Acrocyon P Adelodelphys Aenigmadelphys Aletridelphys Amphiperatherium
Anchistodelphys Angelocabrerus Aquiladelphis Arcantiodelphys Arctodictis
Argyrolestes Asiadidelphis P Asiatherium Atokatheridium P Bobbschaefferia
Bobolestes Boreodon Borhyaena C Borhyaenidium Carolocoutoia
Chasicostylus Cocatherium Conodonictis Copedelphys Dakotadens
Delphodon Deltatheridium C Deltatheroides Deltatherus Didelphodon
Djarthia Dukecynus Ectocentrocristus Eodelphis Eutemnodus
Eutemodus Falepterus Fredszalaya Garadelphys Gashternia
Guggenheimia Hatcheritherium Herpetotherium Hondonadia Hydotherium
Ischyrodelphis Iugomortiferum Jaskhadelphys Khuduklestes Kokopellia
Leptalestes Maastrichtidelphys Marambiotherium Marsasia Monodelphopsis
Nanocuris Napodonictis Nemolestes Nortedelphys Notictis
Notocynus Numbigilga Oklatheridium Palaeocladosictis Palangania
Pappotherium Parathereutes Pariadens Pascualdelphys Patene
Pediomys Peratherium Periprotodidelphis Perrodelphys Plesiofelis
Procladosictis Progarzonia Protalphadon Prothylacinus Prothylacynus
Protodidelphis Pseudoborhyaena Pseudocladosictis Pseudolycopsis Pseudonotictis
Pseudothylacinus Pseudothylacynus Rumiodon Sinbadelphys Sinodelphys P
Slaughteria Stylocynus Sulestes Swaindelphys Thylacodon
Thylacotinga Wamradolops Yalkaparidon C Yalkaperidon Yingabalanara C
Zeusdelphys

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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