Diplocaulus prehistoric amphibian

Diplocaulus prehistoric amphibian

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Credit: WALTER MYERS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Diplocaulus prehistoric amphibian. Computer illustration of Diplocaulus sp. prehistoric amphibians swimming in a freshwater lake around 290 million years ago during the Early Permian period, in what is now Texas, USA. Diplocaulus is recognized by its large, boomerang-shaped head.

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