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Ptilodus
Ptilodus. Ptilodus is a member of the primitive mammalian group called Ptilodus had a prehensile tail that could be used for grasping branches.
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species, including a squirrel-like animal called Ptilodus, the most successful of all mammals.
A new reconstruction of multituberculate endocranial casts and
POSTCRANIAL SKELETON OF A CRETACEOUS
Proceedings of the United States National Museum
XOTES OX THE FOSSIL INIAMMALIAX GENUS PTILODUS, . specimen described below,the genus Ptilodus may now be redefined as follows: Dental formula.

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Flower-eating mammals competed with dinosaurs
Some, such as Lambdopsalis from China, lived in burrows like prairie dogs while others, such as the North American Ptilodus, climbed trees as squirrels do today.

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Ptilodus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ptilodus is a genus of mammals from the extinct order of Multituberculata, and lived during the Paleocene in North America.
Ptilodus
Ptilodus. Ptilodus is a member of the primitive mammalian group called Ptilodus had a prehensile tail that could be used for grasping branches.
Multituberculates - Paleocene mammals of the world
Ptilodus (paleontology) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Ptilodus (paleontology), extinct genus of mammals found as fossils in deposits dated to the Paleocene Epoch (65.5–55.8 million years ago) of North America.
Ptilodus - Prehistoric Mammal Ptilodus Characteristics, Behavior
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