This article is from the WSSF 2014 AFRMA Rat & Mouse Tales news-magazine.
A new rat without molars was discovered in Indonesia that eats earthworms. This new rat, Paucidentomys vermidax, has unusual incisors at the front of the mouth that are double-pointed bicuspids instead of the normal wedge-shape ones used for gnawing like other rodents. This is the only rodent known in the world without back teeth.
Article on LiveScience www.livescience.com/22577-nognawing-new-rat-without-molars-discovered.html?utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=LS_08222012.