Estemmenosuchus was a genus of omnivorous
reptiles that lived during the middle Permian period, between about 268 and 266
million years ago.
Two species of the animal are currently known,
fossils of both of which
have been found near
Estemmenosuchus was about the size of a modern bull, but its legs
were set in a sprawling posture. Several horns, grew upwards, and outwards
from its head - it is from such structures that the Suborder "Dinocephalia"
gets its name - the word "Dinocephalia" means "terrible heads".
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