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Titanotylopus - large extinct members of the family Camelidae (Camelidae), lived in North America from the late Miocene to about the mid-Pleistocene (10.3 million - 850 thousand years ago). In the genus is known only species - T. nebraskensis.

Titanotylopus - large extinct members of the family Camelidae (Camelidae), lived in North America from the late Miocene to about the mid-Pleistocene (10.3 million - 850 thousand years ago). In the genus is known only species - T. nebraskensis.

Although superficially pig-like, Archaeotherium, along with all other entelodonts, was more closely related to anthracotheres, hippopotamuses, and whales. By Mauricio Anton

Although superficially pig-like, Archaeotherium, along with all other entelodonts, was more closely related to anthracotheres, hippopotamuses, and whales. By Mauricio Anton

Extinct genus of mammals of the late Pliocene and the Pleistocene Epoch (about 3.6 million to 11,700 years ago) in South America. The genus is representative of an extinct family...

Extinct genus of mammals of the late Pliocene and the Pleistocene Epoch (about 3.6 million to 11,700 years ago) in South America. The genus is representative of an extinct family...

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