Prehistoric creodonts, illustration

Prehistoric creodonts, illustration

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Credit: MICHAEL LONG/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Prehistoric creodonts, illustration. Creodonts were an order of predatory mammals that lived from 63 to 11 million years ago, from the Paleocene to the Late Miocene. They varied in size. The three seen here are: Sinopa (middle, fox-sized), Patriofelis (top, bear-sized), and Oxyaena (bottom, wolverine-sized).

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