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CRETACEOUS
PLACENTALS
LATE CRETACEOUS PERIOD
ZALAMBDALESTES
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    This Review contains major "Zalambdalestes"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Zalambdalestes was a shrew -like animal with a long snout, long teeth, a small brain and large eyes.
  2. Zalambdalestes was a placental mammal living during the Upper Cretaceous in Mongolia. (Web site)
  3. Zalambdalestes (meaning much-like-lambda robber) was a placental mammal living during the Upper Cretaceous in Mongolia.
  4. Zalambdalestes was an early mammal that lived during the late Cretaceous period. (Web site)

Cretaceous

  1. Zalambdalestes was a placental mammal living during the Upper Cretaceous in Mongolia. (Web site)

Placentals

  1. For example, with regards to Zalambdalestes and Upper Cretaceous friends: "The placentals are generally classed as Insectivora.

Late Cretaceous Period

  1. Zalambdalestes was an early mammal that lived during the late Cretaceous period. (Web site)

Zalambdalestes

  1. Like posterior Leptictidium, Zalambdalestes was a shrew -like animal with a long snout, long teeth, a little brain and big eyes.
  2. Like posterior Leptictidium, Zalambdalestes was a shrew-like animal with a long snout, long teeth, a little brain and big eyes. (Web site)
  3. Zalambdalestes was a shrew -like animal with a long snout, long teeth, a small brain and large eyes.

Categories

  1. Long Snout
  2. Long Teeth
  3. Little Brain
  4. Big Eyes
  5. Late Cretaceous Period
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