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Lower jaw of the Mylodon, a giant ground sloth that lived in Patagonian South America from the Pleistocene to about 10,000 years ago. The smooth molars indicate that the Mylodon ate leaves and tender buds of trees. Illustration from Louis Figuier's The W

Lower jaw of the Mylodon, a giant ground sloth that lived in Patagonian South America from the Pleistocene to about 10,000 years ago.  The smooth molars indicate that the Mylodon ate leaves and tender buds of trees. Illustration from Louis Figuier's The W Stock Photo
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2453 x 4512 px | 20.8 x 38.2 cm | 8.2 x 15 inches | 300dpi

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Lower jaw of the Mylodon, a giant ground sloth that lived in Patagonian South America from the Pleistocene to about 10,000 years ago. The smooth molars indicate that the Mylodon ate leaves and tender buds of trees. Illustration from Louis Figuier's The World Before the Deluge, 1867 American edition.