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Anteaters, Sloths
 
Acratocnus P Acremylodon Adiastemus Ahytherium Amarorhynchus
Ammotherium Amphibradys Amphihapalops Amphiocnus Analcimorphus
Analcitherium Argyromanis Asiabradypus Australonyx Bolivartherium
Bradypus Brievabradys Catonyx Chasicobradys Chubutherium
Cyclopes Delotherium Diabolotherium Diellipsodon Diheterocnus
Diodomus Elassotherium Entelops Eomegatherium Eremotherium C
Eucholoeops Eugeronops Gilsolaresia Glossotheridium Glossotheriopsis
Glossotherium Grypotherium Habanocnus Hapaloides Hapalops C
Hiskatherium Huilabradys Hyperleptus Imagocnus Interodon
Kiyumylodon Lestobradys Lestodon Lestodontidion Lymodon
Mecorhinus Megabradys Megalocnus Megalonychops Megalonychotherium
Megalonyx C Megathericulus Megatheridium Megatherium P C Megistonyx
Meizonyx Menilaus Mesocnina Mesocnus Metopotherium
Microcnus Miocnus Mirandabradys Mylodon C Mylodonopsis
Myrmecophaga Nematherium Neocnus Neohapalops Neomesocnus
Neonematherium Neotamandua Nothropus Nothrotheriops Nothrotherium C
Ocnopus Octodontobradys Octodontotherium P Octomylodon Orophodon
Orthoarthrus Ortotherium Palaeomyrmedon Palaeomyrmidon Paramylodon C
Paranabradys Parapelecyodon Paraplanops Parhapalops Parocnus
Paroctodontotherium Paulocnus Pelecyodon Perezfontanatherium Planops
Plesiomegatherium Pleurolestodon Pliomegatherium Pliometanastes Pliomorphus
Prepotherium Prolestodon Promegatherium Promylodon Promyrmephagus
Pronothrotherium Proplatyarthrus Proprepotherium Proscelidodon Proschismotherium
Proschisomotherium Protamandua Protomegalonyx Pseudhapalops Pseudoglyptodon
Pseudoprepotherium Pseudortotherium Pyramiodontherium Ranculcus Rathymotherium
Scelidodon Scelidotheriops Scelidotherium C Schaubia Schismotherium
Sibyllotherium Sphenotherus Stenodon Strabosodon Strabsodon
Synhapalops Synocnus Tamandua Thalassocnus Thinobadistes
Torcellia Trematherium Uranokyrtus Urumacotherium Valgipes
Xenocnus Xyophorus Zamicrus

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.
Pictures (artist illustrations and/or photos of fossils) are available in the detail page
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