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meaning: "beam tooth"
Named By: Othniel Charles Marsh in 1881
Time Period: Upper Jurassic
Location: USA, Colorado - Morrison Formation, Utah - Morrison Formation, Wyoming - Morrison Formation
Size: Lower jaw roughly 34 millimetres long. Body length roughly estimated at about 10 centimetres, though this is highly speculative
Diet: Omnivore
Fossil(s): Usually just teeth and jaws
Classification: | Chordata | Mammalia | Docodonta | Docodontidae |
Also known as: | Diacynodon | Dicrocynodon | Diplocynodon | Ennacodon | Enneodon |

Docodon (meaning 'beam tooth') was an omnivorous mammal from Late Jurassic of western North America.

Read more about Docodon at Wikipedia
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