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Temporal range: Late Cretaceous
Prowling didelphodon.jpg
Didelphodon vorax as it appeared in Walking with Dinosaurs
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Infraclass: Metatheria
Family: Stagodontidae
Genus: Didelphodon
Marsh, 1889
Type species
Didelphodon vorax
Marsh, 1889
Referred species
  • Didelphodon coyi
    (Fox & Naylor, 1986)
  • Didelphodon padanicus
    (Cope, 1892)
  • Didelphodon vorax
    (Marsh, 1889)

The Didelphodon was a Marsupial in the Late Cretaceous, 65 Million Years Ago. it was probably an egg thief. Didelphodon was seen in walking with dinosaurs, portrayed as a raccoon like animal that raids a Tyrannosaurus nest and scavenges flesh off of a Torosaurus corpse. It was probably the most successful mammal of the mesozoic era.