anthracotherium love



from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The typical genus of the Anthracotheriinæ and Anthracotheriidæ (which see): so called from having been found in the Miocene anthracite or lignite of Tuscany.


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  • A considerable number are pachydermata, {127} of a character approximating to the South American tapir: the names, palaeotherium, anthracotherium, anoplotherium, lophiodon, &c., have been applied to them with a consideration of more or less conspicuous peculiarities; but a description of the first may give some general idea of the whole.

    Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation


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