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Deinotherium skull, illustration

Deinotherium skull, illustration

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MICHAEL LONG / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY MICHAEL LONG / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

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Deinotherium skull, illustration. This skull is 1 metre long. This extinct prehistoric mammal (a herbivorous proboscid) is related to elephants and was found in Eurasia and Africa. It appeared in the Middle Miocene (around 16-12 million years ago) and continued until the Early Pleistocene (around 2.6-0.8 million years ago). It is thought to have been larger than modern elephants.

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