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Line breaks: in¦dri¦co|there
Pronunciation: /ˈɪndrɪkə(ʊ)ˌθɪə

Definition of indricothere in English:


A large ungulate fossil mammal of the Oligocene epoch, related to the rhinoceros.
  • Family Hyracodontidae, order Paraceratheriinae


1960s: from modern Latin Indricotherium (genus name), from Russian indrik 'giant mythical animal' + Greek thērion 'wild beast'.

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