Cynognathus

Cynognathus is an extinct genus of large-bodied cynodont therapsid that lived in the Early and Middle Triassic. It is known from a single species, Cynognathus crateronotus. Cynognathus was a meter-long predator closely related to mammals and had an almost worldwide distribution. Fossils have so far been recovered from South Africa, South America, ...
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Cynognathus

genus of extinct advanced therapsids (mammals and their relatives) found as fossils in Lower Triassic deposits (about 240 million to 250 million ...
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