Sivatherium

Siv`a·the'ri·um noun [ New Latin , from English Siva + Greek ............ a beast, an animal.] (Paleon.) A genus of very large extinct ruminants found in the Tertiary formation of India. The snout was prolonged in the form of a proboscis. The male had four horns, the posterior pair
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sivatherium

<paleontology> A genus of very large extinct ruminants found in the Tertiary formation of India. The snout was prolonged in the form of a proboscis. The male had four horns, the posterior pair being large and branched. It was allied to the antelopes, but very much larger than any exsisting species. ... Origin: NL, from E. Siva + Gr. A beast,
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Sivatherium

• (n.) A genus of very large extinct ruminants found in the Tertiary formation of India. The snout was prolonged in the form of a proboscis. The male had four horns, the posterior pair being large and branched. It was allied to the antelopes, but very much larger than any exsisting species.
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Sivatherium

Sivatherium (`Shiva`s beast)` is an extinct genus of giraffid that ranged throughout Africa to the Indian Subcontinent. The African species, S. maurusium, was once placed within the genus `Libytherium.` It may have become extinct as recently as 8,000 years ago, as depictions that greatly resemble it are known from ancient rock paintings in th...
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