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Pleistocene

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Deinotherium ("terrible beast" derived from the Ancient Greek δεινός, deinos meaning "terrible" and θηρίον, therion meaning "beast") was a large prehistoric relative of modern-day elephants that appeared in the Middle Miocene and survived until the Early Pleistocene. During that time it changed very little. In life, it probably resembled modern elephants, except it had downward curving tusks attached to the lower jaw. Pleistocene Fossils Ice Age Kanjera Formation Miocene Animal Animal Themes Animal Wildlife Day Elephant Mammal Natural History Nature One Animal Outdoors Plant Travel Destinations Tree Vivid International Walking With Dinosaurs Wild Beasts
Deinotherium ("terrible beast" derived from the Ancient Greek δεινός, deinos meaning "terrible" and θηρίον, therion meaning "beast") was a large prehistoric relative of modern-day elephants that appeared in the Middle Miocene and survived until the Early Pleistocene. During that time it changed very little. In life, it probably resembled modern elephants, except it had downward curving tusks attached to the lower jaw. Pleistocene Fossils Ice Age Kanjera Formation Miocene Animal Animal Themes Animal Wildlife Day Elephant Mammal Natural History Nature One Animal Outdoors Plant Travel Destinations Tree Vivid International Walking With Dinosaurs Wild Beasts
Deinotherium ("terrible beast" derived from the Ancient Greek δεινός, deinos meaning "terrible" and θηρίον, therion meaning "beast") was a large prehistoric relative of modern-day elephants that appeared in the Middle Miocene and survived until the Early Pleistocene. During that time it changed very little. In life, it probably resembled modern elephants, except it had downward curving tusks attached to the lower jaw. Pleistocene Fossils Ice Age Kanjera Formation Miocene Animal Animal Themes Animal Wildlife Day Elephant Mammal Natural History Nature One Animal Outdoors Plant Travel Destinations Tree Vivid International Walking With Dinosaurs Wild Beasts
Deinotherium ("terrible beast" derived from the Ancient Greek δεινός, deinos meaning "terrible" and θηρίον, therion meaning "beast") was a large prehistoric relative of modern-day elephants that appeared in the Middle Miocene and survived until the Early Pleistocene. During that time it changed very little. In life, it probably resembled modern elephants, except it had downward curving tusks attached to the lower jaw. Pleistocene Fossils Ice Age Kanjera Formation Miocene Animal Animal Themes Animal Wildlife Day Elephant Mammal Natural History Nature One Animal Outdoors Plant Travel Destinations Tree Vivid International Walking With Dinosaurs Wild Beasts