Temporal range: Early Eocene–Middle Eocene
Sahni & Khare, 1973
The 30 centimetres (12 in) long creature has been thought to have been a member of the extant gundi family, but reconstructions of its physical appearance are highly speculative. Some paleontologists[who?] consider Birbalomys to be the most primitive true rodent, related to the ancestors of all members of the order Rodentia.
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