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Merycopotamus

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Kingdom  Animalia
Family  †Anthracotheriidae
Phylum  Chordata
Order  Even-toed ungulate
Class  Mammalia
Subfamily  †Bothriodontinae
Rank  Genus
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Similar  Libycosaurus, Anthracotheriidae, Even‑toed ungulate, Elomeryx, Anthracotherium

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Merycopotamus is an extinct genus of Asian anthracothere that appeared during the Middle Miocene, and died out in the Late Pliocene. At the height of the genus' influence, species ranged throughout southern Asia. With the extinction of the last species, M. dissimilis, the lineage of anthracotheres came to an end. Merycopotamus was closely related to the anthracothere genus Libycosaurus, which, unlike the former, never left Africa. In fact, some African fossils originally placed in Merycopotamus, but are now referred to Libycosaurus.

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Merycopotamus Wikipedia


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