Fig. 6.17.

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An impression of a Kultarr (Antechinomys laniger), appearing in the prestigious Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, 1880 (Plate XLV). Note the relatively long hind legs – the only carnivorous marsupial that has them. This animal was initially considered to be the Australian equivalent of jerboa – hopping mice from Africa and Asia. Source: Wikimedia Commons.
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