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Indricotherium

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Dinosaurs reveal something new in Bandera: a museum
A replica of an Indricotherium, a kind of hornless rhinoceros-like creature, looms. Luis Perez repairs a fiberglass replica Giganotosaurus dinosaur on the grounds of the Bandera Natural History.
Indricotherium? Smilodon? Coryphodon? Exhibit showcases extreme mammals of
Tim Cole mixes paint to repair seams on a model of an Indricotherium, the largest land mammal, as he helps set up an exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History called "Extreme Mammals," in Atlanta, Georgia, on February 13, 2013.
The Field Museum presents Extreme Mammals (or meet the Indricotherium)
If you said having hair, possessing three middle ear bones, and being warm-blooded, then you can go to the front of the line because you've got a head start on many of us.
Destination: NC Museum of Natural Sciences' Extreme Mammals
You'll find fossils, reconstructions, models and a 15-foot-high model of the extinct Indricotherium, the largest known land mammal, which visitors are invited to touch.
The Largest Beasts to Walk the Earth
If we consider P. namadicus as the same case as A. fragillimus (which I may agree), we also have to do the same with Indricotherium-Paraceratherium.

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