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Andrewsarchus scavenging carrion, illustration. This extinct prehistoric mammal lived from 48 to 41 million years ago, during the Middle Eocene. Its fossils have been found in Mongolia. It was a large and powerful predator, with a skull length of 83 centimetres. It is classified as an ungulate (hoofed animal).
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