See also:extinct artiodactyle ungulate mammals, characterized by having 44 teeth, with five semi-crescentic cusps on the crowns of the upper molars . In many respects, especially the
See also:form of the
See also:Anthracotherium, which is of Oligocene and
See also:Miocene age in
See also:Europe, and typifies the
See also:family Anthracotheriidae, is allied to the hippopotamus, of which it is probably an ancestral form . The
See also:European A. magnum was as large as the last-mentioned animal, but there were several smaller
See also:species and the genus also occurs in
See also:Egypt, India and
See also:America .
ANTHRACITE (Gr. avOpaE, coal)
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