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Definitions

  1. Eozostrodon was one of the largest early mammals, measuring more than a meter long. (Web site)
  2. Eozostrodon was one of the earliest mammals.
  3. Eozostrodon was about 42 inches (107 cm) long. (Web site)
  4. Eozostrodon was a quadruped with short legs, a long, pointed snout, five-toed feet with claws, and a long, hairy tail (it looked like a modern-day shrew). (Web site)
  5. Eozostrodon was one of the first true mammals; it lived during the late Triassic period and early Jurassic period, about 210 million years ago. (Web site)

Eozostrodon

  1. With its short snout, five toes, clawed paws and a long hairy tail, Eozostrodon resembled a shrew. (Web site)
  2. With its long snout, four legs, five toes, clawed paws and a long hairy tail, Eozostrodon resembled a shrew.
  3. Dieser Artikel basiert auf dem Artikel "Eozostrodon" aus der freien Enzyklop-die Wikipedia und steht unter der GNU-Lizenz f-r freie Dokumentation.

Mammals

  1. Eozostrodon (Morganucodontiade), an extinct Triassic mammal outwardly resembling a modern shrew.
  2. As with most early mammals, the classification of Eozostrodon is uncertain. (Web site)
  3. Eozostrodon, Morganucodon, Haldanodon (early Jurassic, ~205 Ma) -- A group of early proto-mammals called "morganucodonts". (Web site)

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  1. Life > Animals > Vertebrates > Mammals
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