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Yesterday, I finished reading "Eotheroides lambondrano, new middle Eocene seacow (Mammalia, Sirenia) from the Mahajanga Basin, northwestern Madagascar."
[I] f they're exploring whale shapes, why not other aquatic creatures, like the seacow?
There were some ancient marine mammals like Odobenocetops, Desmostylians or the giant seacow Rytiodus which had enlarged teeth too.
Andrey had shaved his beard, but his mustache had grown and hung down, and gave his round head the appearance of a seacow or walrus.
Not knowing any more about such things than a seacow knows of the summer solstice, I assented to all his propositions and went my way with my apprehensions completely allayed.
It is properly called the "manatee," or seacow; measures fifteen feet in length, has two fin-like arms, is covered with hair, and often weighs twelve hundred pounds.
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