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Lalieudorhynchus gandi

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Lalieudorhynchus gandi
Lalieudorhynchus gandi, an extinct group of reptiles that possessed mammalian features and were thought to be ancestors of mammals.

It was about 3.5 meters tall and lived during the Permian period (in what is now southern France) a period that began about 299 million years ago and ended about 252 million years ago with the start of the Triassic.

Lalieudorhynchus is represented by a partial postcranial skeleton discovered in the Lodève basin in the central part of the Hérault department in the Occitania region. Based on the internal structure of its bones, the authors describing it interpreted Lalieudorhynchus as a semi-aquatic animal that may have had a lifestyle similar to that of the hippopotamus, spending part of its time in the water but returning to land in search of of food.

Approximate measurements of the Lalieudorhynchus:
  • Complete 1:35 Scale
    • Length 80mm
    • Height 26mm
    • Snout-tail length 110 mm