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- Pachycrocuta was a genus of prehistoric hyenas. The largest and most well-researched species is Pachycrocuta brevirostris, colloquially known as the giant...
- on large herbivore carc****es felled by sabre-toothed cats. One genus, Pachycrocuta, was a 200 kg (440 lb) mega-scavenger that could splinter the bones of...
- separate genus Parahyaena, or even included in the otherwise fossil genus Pachycrocuta, but recent sources have tended to place it in Hyaena. The brown hyena's...
- P. brevirostris may refer to: Pachycrocuta brevirostris, a prehistoric hyena species Pericrocotus brevirostris, the short-billed minivet, a bird species...
- specimens of Homo erectus and an ****emblage of bones of the gigantic hyena Pachycrocuta brevirostris. There are several sections of the UNESCO World Heritage...
- (37 in) tall at the shoulder. The largest fossil hyena is the lion-sized Pachycrocuta, estimated at 200 kg (440 lb). The largest living procyonid is the raccoon...
- Cromerian period coincided with the decline and eventual extinction of Pachycrocuta brevirostris, the giant short-faced hyena. As there is no evidence of...
- is an extinct genus of terrestrial carnivore in the family Hyaenidae. Pachycrocuta Palombo, M. R.; Sardella, R.; Novelli, M. (2008). "Carnivora dispersal...
- dubbed Peking Man, and a fine ****emblage of bones of the gigantic hyena Pachycrocuta brevirostris. Due to differing interpretations of the evidence, proposed...
- Creswell Caves, Derbyshire (now in Owens College Museum, Manchester). Pachycrocuta Meloro, C., 2007. Plio-Pleistocene large carnivores from the Italian...
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