|Named By:||Flannery & Plane in 1986|
|Size:||Roughly estimated at about 1 meter high at the shoulder, and about 2 meters long|
|Fossil(s):||Almost complete skull, lower jaw, vertebrae and a humerus (upper arm bone)|
|Classification:||| Chordata | Mammalia | Marsupialia | Diprotodontia | Vombatiformes | Zygomaturidae ||
Hulitherium tomasetti (meaning "Huli beast", after the Huli people) is an extinct zygomaturine marsupial from New Guinea during the Pleistocene. The species name honours Bernard Tomasetti who brought the fossils to the attention of experts.