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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP19 Nov 2020 10:23 p.m. PST

"Multituberculates were mostly small-bodied, omnivorous or herbivorous mammals that lived between 166 and 35 million years ago, from the Middle Jurassic to the late Eocene.

Most species of multituberculates are generally recovered as loose teeth; preserved skulls and jaws are rare except in Mongolia.

They are known from North America and Europe which were a single continent until the early Eocene in the uppermost Triassic to the lower Oligocene, and from northern Asia in the upper Cretaceous and Paleocene…"


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