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- n. Plural form of anthracothere.
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He thought it at least possible that babirusas might really be extant anthracotheres, which is a pretty radical thought.
Such a view was favoured by Deninger (1909) who argued that babirusas descended from anthracotheres like Merycopotamus.
Instead, hippos are anthracotheres (almost wrote "anthracosaurs" ... ouch ...).
The deer-pig, the Raksasa, the only living anthracothere ... welcome to the world of babirusas Are anthracotheres alive and well and living on Sulawesi?
Are anthracotheres alive and well and living on Sulawesi?
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