Lystrosaurus

(from the article `Antarctica`) ...in coal deposits of Permian age (about 245 to 286 million years old) and as Dicroidium in Triassic-age coals (those roughly 208 to 245 million ...
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Lystrosaurus

Lystrosaurus A heavily-built quadrupedal, Early Triassic reptile. Several Lystrosaurus fossils were found in Antarctica, Asia, and South Africa. Named by Edward Drinker Cope in 1870.
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Lystrosaurus

Lystrosaurus (s; `shovel lizard`) is a genus of Late Permian and Middle Triassic Period dicynodont therapsids, which lived around 250 million years ago in what is now Antarctica, India, and South Africa. Four to six species are currently recognized, although from the 1930s to 1970s the number of species was thought to be much higher. Being a dic.....
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