Fig. 6.1.

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Charles Dorbigny’s 1849 rendering of the bizarre opossum (Didelphis) clearly depicts its most unusual feature, which stunned European explorers who encountered it in the late 1400s – a pouch. A specimen, replete with young still in the pouch, was presented to an astonished Queen Isabella and her husband King Ferdinand of Spain. The animal justly became famous, representing the mystery and wonders of the New World. Source: Wikimedia Commons.
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