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Batodonoides vanhouteni is an extinct shrew-like mammal, thought to be the smallest mammal that ever lived, as well as the smallest synapsid that ever lived. Based on the size of its molar teeth, it is estimated that Batodonoides vanhouteni weighed only 0.93–1.82 grams (0.033–0.064 oz) (with 1.3 g (0.046 oz) most likely). They lived about 53 million years ago during the early Eocene Epoch in North America.The species is a member of the Order Eulipotyphla.

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  • Batodonoides vanhouteni est une espèce éteinte de petits mammifères insectivores de la famille des . On pense qu'il pourrait s'agir de la plus petite espèce de mammifères qui ait jamais vécue. Il a vécu il y a 53 millions d'années, au début de l'Éocène (Yprésien), en Amérique du Nord.
  • Batodonoides vanhouteni is an extinct shrew-like mammal, thought to be the smallest mammal that ever lived, as well as the smallest synapsid that ever lived. Based on the size of its molar teeth, it is estimated that Batodonoides vanhouteni weighed only 0.93–1.82 grams (0.033–0.064 oz) (with 1.3 g (0.046 oz) most likely). They lived about 53 million years ago during the early Eocene Epoch in North America.The species is a member of the Order Eulipotyphla.
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  • Batodonoides vanhouteni
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  • Batodonoides vanhouteni is an extinct shrew-like mammal, thought to be the smallest mammal that ever lived, as well as the smallest synapsid that ever lived. Based on the size of its molar teeth, it is estimated that Batodonoides vanhouteni weighed only 0.93–1.82 grams (0.033–0.064 oz) (with 1.3 g (0.046 oz) most likely). They lived about 53 million years ago during the early Eocene Epoch in North America.The species is a member of the Order Eulipotyphla. The fossilized remains of a juvenile, consisting of a mandible and some teeth, were discovered in 1998 in Wyoming in 53-million-year-old rocks. Another member of the genus is known from California, also from the Early Eocene.
  • Batodonoides vanhouteni est une espèce éteinte de petits mammifères insectivores de la famille des . On pense qu'il pourrait s'agir de la plus petite espèce de mammifères qui ait jamais vécue. Il a vécu il y a 53 millions d'années, au début de l'Éocène (Yprésien), en Amérique du Nord.
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