New 16 million-year-old insectivore species discovered

Palaeontologists have discovered a new fossilized species of insectivore belonging to the unusual and extinct Plesiodimylus family. The identification of this group, related to the fauna that lived in Central Europe during the Miocene (16 million years ago), is based on the study of isolated teeth found in l’Alcora (Castellón), in the district of Araya.
Source: Science Daily