American opossums

American opossums

Order : Didelphimorphia
Family : Didelphidae
Subfamily : Didelphinae

 

Facts about the subfamily Didelphinae, the American opossums

Consider the following revealing admission from two evolutionists: Living marsupials are restricted to Australia and South America (which were part of the supercontinent Gondwana); North American opossums are recent immigrants to the continent.

Description: North American Opossums are nocturnal, meaning they are active at night and sleep during the day.

North American Opossums are nocturnal, meaning they are active at night and sleep during the day.

North American Opossums are nocturnal, meaning they are active at night and sleep during the day. (Full text)

Here is a revealing admission from two evolutionists: Living marsupials are restricted to Australia and South America (which were part of the supercontinent Gondwana); North American opossums are recent immigrants to the continent. (Full text)

At least some marsupials have proven however, that they are able to survive competition with placentals, as many species of South American opossums are alive and well to this day. (Full text)

Millions of years ago these primitive pouched mammals roamed over all the continents but now the only living relatives of the American opossums are found in Australia and nearby islands -- the kangaroos, wombats, bandicoots, phalangers, the Tasmanian wolf, and others. (Full text)

Consider the following revealing admission from two evolutionists: Living marsupials are restricted to Australia and South America (which were part of the supercontinent Gondwana); North American opossums are recent immigrants to the continent. (Full text)

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