Fig. 6.25.

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Mr Tomes’ Dusky Shrew-opossum (Caenolestes fulginosus). There was no easy access to live specimens such as this one in the late 1890s when even scant skin and skull material fuelled so much taxonomic controversy. There is a deep evolutionary foundation underlying their bizarre morphology – shrew-opossums represent an ancient lineage that separated from the other South American marsupials some 80–90 million years ago. Source: Hugh Tyndale-Biscoe.
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