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African Inostrancevia?

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Published: September 17, 2014
Scene from Terminal Permian site Nooitgedacht  68 in South Africa:
Giant (almost cow-sized) Lystrosaurus maccaigi and unnamed big gorgonopsian probably related to Inostrancevia. 
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Jan 17, 2014, 9:20:55 PM
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Adobe Photoshop Elements 8.0 Windows
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LeviBernardo13Student Traditional Artist
gracias por la noticia

Paleo-reptiles's avatar
a beautiful 3 dimension illustration about Lystrosaurus!
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DinoBirdManStudent Artist
Interesting.
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vasixHobbyist Digital Artist
If that Lystrosaurus is the size of a cow, then that gorgon must be titanic!
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Wow! So big? 
Where can I find info about that new gorgonopsian?

Cool pic, by the way!
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HyrotrioskjanProfessional General Artist
Wow, I didn't know Lystrosaurus could grow that large, thanks for sharing =)
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Bran-ArtworksProfessional General Artist
Just before the end of the Permian some Lystrosaurus had comparable sizes to those other large permian oudenodontids, but by the beggining of the Triassic the only surviving species were the smaller ones :8.
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HyrotrioskjanProfessional General Artist
Thanks for the info =)
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XiphactinusHobbyist Traditional Artist
Африканский родич иностранцевии? Что от него известно?
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XiphactinusHobbyist Traditional Artist
Тут только дицинодонты упоминаются...
Но всё-таки спасибо за информацию.
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XiphactinusHobbyist Traditional Artist
А-а-а. теперь понял. Спасибо!
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