Daily Paleo Art Month #3: Ekaltadeta
A marsupial related to the potorids, Ekaltadeta lived in northern Australia between 25 and 15 million years ago. Only known from skull material, it was probably roughly the size of a typical modern wallaby — about 80cm long (31in) and weighing around 10-15kg (22-33lbs).
Ekaltadeta‘s lower incisors were very long, protruding and almost dagger-like. Along with some some odd buzzsaw-shaped molars, this has led to speculation that it may have been an omnivore or even a predator.
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