- any marsupial of the group or suborder Diprotodontia, including kangaroos, phalangers, and wombats, having fewer than three upper incisor teeth on each side of the jawCompare polyprotodont
C19: from Greek from di- 1 + proto- + -odont
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But it is now known that Diprotodont Marsupials formerly existed in the same part of the world.
It lives apparently upon bird's eggs and small birds, though it belongs to the Diprotodont division of the Marsupials.
The affinities with other Diprotodont Marsupials are shown by the commencing syndactyly of the second and third toes.
Figs. 76 and 77 illustrate the Polyprotodont and Diprotodont dentitions.
Among the diprotodont types the Phascolomyidae, or Wombats, have a dentition recalling that of the Rodents.The Vertebrate Skeleton
Sidney H. Reynolds