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Temporal range: Oligocene–Pleistocene
|Subfamilies & Genera|
The Hypsiprymnodontidae // are a family of macropods, one of two families containing animals commonly referred to as rat-kangaroos. There is a single known extant genus and species in this family, the Musky Rat-kangaroo, Hypsiprymnodon moschatus, which occurs in northern Australia and New Guinea. During the Pleistocene, this family included the megafauna genus Ekaltadeta.
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