marsupial

[ mahr-soo-pee-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF marsupial

Synonyms for marsupial

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These countries are, in fact, the head-quarters of the marsupial animals.

"Not even the marsupial lion, Bram," grinned Dodd, undismayed.

Mr. Newman suggests that they were "marsupial bats" (Zoologist, p. 129).

There are "marsupial" or epipubic bones attached to the pelvis.

This was the region of gigantic fowls, and of marsupial quadrupeds.

Is a marsupial, a class with this exception not met with out of Australia.

We should thus have both placental and Marsupial mammals in the Mesozoic.

The other group is less numerous and is Marsupial (Allotheria, Marsh).

This marsupial has been previously unrecorded from Tamaulipas or from so northward a locality.

It could climb trees like an opossum and was of the marsupial family.