Mammal-Like Reptiles

Mammal-Like Reptiles

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Credit: MARK HALLETT PALEOART/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: PROPERTY RELEASED. Mammal-like reptiles: Cynognathus (Cynognathus crateronotus) and Placerias (dicynodont therapsid). Cynognathus is a 3 foot long predator that lived during the early Triassic period. It was one of the more mammal-like of the mammal-like reptiles, a member of a grouping called Eucynodontia. Triassiac age of Africa.

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Keywords: animal, cynognathus, cynognathus crateronotus, dinosaur, eucynodontia, evolution, extinct, illustration, mammal-like, mammal-like reptile, nature, palaeontological, palaeontology, paleontology, placerias, prehistoric, prehistoric life, triassic

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