Lystrosaurus, and the size of Lystrosaurus murrayi relative to a human

Lystrosaurus, and the size of Lystrosaurus murrayi relative to a human

Lystrosaurus (“shovel lizard”) was the most common land vertebrate during the Early Triassic, when animal life had been greatly diminished. It was a herbivorous genus which lived around 250 million years ago in what is now Antarctica, India, and South Africa. Image: wikipedia

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