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Burramyidae

Burramyidae (order Diprotodontia (or Marsupialia), superfamily Phalangeroidea) A family of mouse-sized Australian possums, including the ground-dwelling Burramys, known first as a fossil and discovered to be living in 1967.

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pygmy possums

pygmy possums See ACROBATIDAE.

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