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meaning: "Remingtons whale"
Named By: K. Kumar & A. Sahni in 1986
Time Period: Middle Eocene, 45-43.5 Ma
Location: India - Harudi Formation. Pakistan - Domanda Formation
Size: Reconstructed skull roughly about 70 centimetres long. Total body length roughly estimated about 3.4 meters long
Diet: Carnivore
Fossil(s): Remains of several individuals
Classification: | Chordata | Mammalia | Cetacea | Archaeoceti | Remingtonocetidae |

Remingtonocetus is an extinct genus of early cetacean freshwater aquatic mammals of the family Remingtonocetidae endemic to the coastline of the ancient Tethys Ocean during the Eocene. It was named after naturalist Remington Kellogg.

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