Prehistoric mammals of Africa: Homotherium, Dinofelis, Deinotherium, Chalicotherium, Megantereon, Megazostrodon, Arsinoitherium, Agriotherium

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9781155753744: Prehistoric mammals of Africa: Homotherium, Dinofelis, Deinotherium, Chalicotherium, Megantereon, Megazostrodon, Arsinoitherium, Agriotherium
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 29. Chapters: Homotherium, Dinofelis, Deinotherium, Chalicotherium, Megantereon, Megazostrodon, Arsinoitherium, Agriotherium, Hyaenodon, Megistotherium, Moeritherium, Eotheroides, Amebelodon, Archaeopotamus, Sivatherium, Xenocyon lycaonoides, Arctoidea, Ancylotherium, Apidium, Anancus, Platybelodon, Elephas recki, Indarctos, Tetralophodon, Cynelos, Ptolemaiida, Amphicyoninae, Kenyapotamus, Amphechinus, Giraffa jumae, Ginsburgsmilus, Hippopotamus gorgops, Metaxytherium, Archaeobelodon, Aeluroidea, Metridiochoerus, Ysengrinia, Gazella psolea, Lokotunjailurus, Kubanochoerus, Gnathabelodon, Herpestides, Moghradictis, Africanictis, Paracamelus, Plioviverrops, Zygolophodon, Ekorus ekakeran, Kabirmys, Prolibytherium, Witwatia, Vulpes riffautae, Megalotragus, Afrocyon, Helladotherium, Panthera crassidens, Dinofelis barlowi, Serbelodon, Nyctereutes abdeslami, Myophiomys, Macaca libyca, Ceratotherium mauritanicum, Ceratotherium neumayri, Dinopithecus, Dinofelis aronoki, Dinofelis darti. Excerpt: Chalicotherium (Ancient Greek χαλιξ/khalix, khalik-: pebble/gravel + θηρίον/thērion, diminutive of θηρ/thēr : beast) is a genus of extinct browsing odd-toed ungulates of the order Perissodactyla and family Chalicotheriidae, found in Europe, Africa, and Asia during the Late Oligocene to Lower Pliocene, living from 16-7.75 mya, existing for approximately . This animal would look much like other chalicotheriid species: an odd looking herbivore with long clawed forelimbs and stouter weight bearing hindlimbs. The type species, Chalicotherium goldfussi, from Miocene and Pliocene Europe, was described by J. J. Kaup in 1833 and since then 7 other species have been confidently assigned to this genus. According to current phylogenetic analyses Chalicotherium has two daughter genera nested within it, Anisodon Lartet, 1851 and Nestoritherium J. J. Kaup, 1859, ...

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