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A very large, extinct land mammal of the genus Indricotherium (formerly Baluchitherium) of the Oligocene and Miocene Epochs. It stood 5.

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Borrissyak) Baluchitherium osborni (? syn. Indricotherium turgaicum,
35-66. 212. 1924.
Indricotherium asiaticum Borissiak, 1916.
Sauropod Gigantism
Indricotherium, an herbivore that lived in the forests of central Asia between.
Giants among us: Paper explores evolution of the world's largest
Nov 25, 2010 Indricotherium, based on new skeletal reconstruction. Image: Wikipedia.

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En büyük memelinin kemikleri fışkırıyor!
Baluchitherium (Indricotherium), en büyük karasal memeli hayvan olarak tanımlanıyor.

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Paraceratherium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Indricotherium - American Museum of Natural History
Indricotherium stands about five meters tall. An average sized human, at about two meters in height, is shorter than one leg of this giant 20-ton mammal.
Discovery Channel :: Walking With Prehistoric Beasts: Beast Gallery
Indricotherium. These ancient members of the rhinoceros family are the largest land mammals in Earth's history.
Indricotherium: Largest Land Mammal Ever - Associated Content
Mar 28, 2007 Information on indricotherium, an extinct relative of rhinos that lived during the late Oligocene and early Miocene Epochs.
Indricotherium - Oligocene epoch
Indricotherium by paleo-artist Josef Moravec. Prehistoric Indricotherium from Oligocene epoch.

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