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Protungulatum and Trogosus jaw bones, illustration

Protungulatum and Trogosus jaw bones, illustration

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

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Protungulatum and Trogosus jaw bones, illustration. Lateral view (bottom) of the lower jaw bone (mandible) of the extinct prehistoric mammal Protungulatum that dates from the Late Cretaceous. At top is a mandible from a specimen of Trogosus. Trogosus, a large bear-like tilodont, was a prehistoric mammal with rodent-like teeth and clawed feet. It was found in what is now Wyoming, USA, during the Middle Eocene.

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