Bothriogenys fraasi



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English: My reconstructions of the en:African en:Oligocene en:mammals en:Arsinoitherium zitteli, and Bothriogenys fraasi, from what is now en:Al Fayyum oasis. A. zitteli was an en:ungulate related to en:elephants and en:hyraxes, while B. fraasi was an en:anthracothere en:artiodactyl, related to en:hippos, en:pigs, and en:whales. Based off of reconstructions in (Alan Turner & Mauricio Anton: Evolving Eden, An Illustrated Guide to the Evolution of the African Large-Mammal Fauna. Columbia University Press, New York 2004 ISBN 0-231-11944-5) (c) Stanton F. Fink
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  • 2007-01-21 23:54 Apokryltaros 450×591×8 (399298 bytes) My reconstructions of the [[African]] [[Oligocene]] [[mammal]]s ''[[Arsinoitherium]] zitteli'', and ''Bothriogenys fraasi'', from what is now [[Al Fayyum]] oasis. ''A. zitteli'' was an [[ungulate]] related to [[elephant]]s and [[hyrax]]es, while ''B. fra

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