Temporal range: 37–9Ma Eocene
Epoicotheriidae is an extinct family of pangolin-like insectivore mammals which were endemic to North America from the Eocene to the Oligocene 55.4—33.9 Ma existing for approximately . Epoicotheriids were highly specialized animals that were convergent on golden moles in the structure of their skulls and forelimbs, and would have had a similar lifestyle as subterranean burrowers.
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- Paleobiology Database: Epoicotheriidae basic info.
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