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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun An indricotherium.


from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

[New Latin Baluchithērium, former genus name : Baluchi(stan) + Greek thērion, wild beast; see treacle.]


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  • In 1973, there was a mock up of a baluchitherium, a prehistoric beastie that stood eighteen feet high at the shoulder.

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  • And once the ice starts a-crackin’, Manny, Diego, Sid, and the rest of the glyptodons and baluchitherium have a scant three days to traverse the length of the valley to where a “boat” allegedly awaits them.

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  • "Indricotherium is a genus of extinct mammals that lived in Asia during the late Oligocene and early Miocene epoch of the Tertiary Period (37-32 million years ago). ... The correct Latin names for fossils in this group (the indricotheres) are a matter of uncertainty. It is also widely known as "Baluchitherium" ("beast of Baluchistan"), as it was first discovered in Baluchistan, western Province of Pakistan."

    - Wikipedia

    April 14, 2008

  • See also paraceratherium and baluchitherium (other names).

    September 3, 2008