Cynognathus, illustration

Cynognathus, illustration

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Caption: Cynognathus, illustration. This extinct cynodont therapsid lived during the Middle Triassic, 247 to 237 million years ago. Its head was around 30 centimetres long, with jaws that contained the sharp teeth of a predator. It was about the size of a modern badger. Therapsids, which evolved from reptiles, included the animals that later evolved into mammals.

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