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Josephoartigasia monesi an extinct species of South American

Josephoartigasia monesi an extinct species of South American

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Josephoartigasia monesi, an extinct species of South American caviomorph rodent, is the largest rodent known ...

Josephoartigasia monesi, an extinct species of South American caviomorph rodent, is the largest rodent

Josephoartigasia monesi

Josephoartigasia monesi. Temporal range: Pliocene to Early Pleistocene (Chapadmalalan-Uquian)

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Josephoartigasia monesi, an extinct species of South American caviomorph rodent, is the largest rodent known, and lived from approximately 4 to 2 million ...

The biggest known rodent of all time, Josephoartigasia monesi from the Pliocene and early Pleistocene. "

Josephoartigasia monesi

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Comparison of a silhouette of Josephoartigasia monesi with a person and a drawing of a pacarana, its closest living relative.

Don't let the paucity of living members of the family mislead you; fossil remains of about fifty extinct species have been found in South America.

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