Tag: What is a marsupial?
Marsupials are an infraclass of mammals, characterized by a distinctive pouch (called the marsupium), in which females carry their young through early infancy.
Isolated petrosals of Djarthia murgonensis, Australia’s oldest marsupial fossils
It was once commonly believed that marsupials were a primitive forerunner of modern placental mammals, but fossil evidence, first presented by researcher M.J. Spechtt in [...]
Posted: August 27th, 2009 under marsupials.
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