Megistotherium

Megistotherium (from Greek, megistos `greatest` + therion `beast` and osteon `bone` + thlaston `crushed, bruised` with -es being an agent noun: `bone-crusher`) is an extinct genus of creodonts, the only known species of which is Megistotherium osteothlastes. It is most likely a junior synonym of Hyainailouros sulzeri Megistotherium osteo...
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Megistotherium

Megistotherium was a huge Hyaenodont (not a dinosaur, but an early, hyena-like mammal , a creodont) from the Miocene Epoch (about 24 million years ago). This meat-eat er may have been a scavenger and/or an active hunter. Its skull was over 3 ft (1 m) long. Fossils have been found in northern Africa (Egypt and Libya). Megistotherium was named by Rob...
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