â€˜Loxolophodon cornutusâ€™ Edwin Sheppard
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Reconstruction of Eobasileus cornutus (here styled Loxolophodon cornutus Cope) an extinct species of rhinocerous-like dinocerate mammal. The creatures are erroneously shown to resemble elephants, with trunks and large ears, and (correctly) antlered. A herd of Eobasileusappears within a generic landscape.
- Image reference: RS-11415
- The Royal Society
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