Zalambdalestes was an early mammal that lived during the late Cretaceous period . Fossils of this shrew-like quadruped have been found in Mongolia. This tiny mammal was about 8 inches (20 cm) long and it's skull was only 2 inches long and. This insectivore (insect eater) had very sharp, interlocking teeth, a long, upturned snout, long foot bones, l
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Zalambdalestes (meaning much-like-lambda robber) was a placental mammal living during the Upper Cretaceous in Mongolia. It is one of the oldest examples of a placental mammal known, and would have lived alongside the dinosaurs. ...
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