Amebelodon

Amebelodon is a member of a diverse group of primitive proboscideans called gomphotheres, a group that also gave rise to the modern elephants and their close relative the mammoth. The most striking attribute of this animal is its lower tusks, which are narrow, elongated, and distinctly flattened with the degree of flattening varying among the diff...
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Amebelodon

Amebelodon, commonly known as a 'Shovel Tusker,' was a huge, plant-eating mammal that lived in herds during the Early middle Miocene (about 15 million years ago). This elephant-like browser had a shovel-shaped, scoop-like lower jaw (mandible). This huge mouth had sharp teeth at the front edge; these teeth were probably used for cutting leaves to ea...
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