3D illustration of Paraceratherium.
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Paraceratherium was one of the largest mammal during the Oligocene epoch.
One of Paraceratherium’s defining feature is its elongated neck.
Paraceratherium’s lips helped it to access hard to reach vegetation.
Paraceratherium was well adapted to habitats with dense vegetation.
Paraceratherium’s size may have contributed to its solitary lifestyle.
A Paraceratherium mother with two twin calves walks along a stony desert in the Oligocene Era.
The skeleton on the left is of a Paraceratherium, the largest terrestrial mammal showcasing its long neck.
Paraceratherium calves were highly on their mother both for sustenance and protection.
Like other terrestrial animals, Paraceratherium may have competed to gain mating rights.
Paraceratherium was a specialized herbivore.
Paraceratherium size could have influenced surrounding plant life.
Life sized model outside Pakistan Museum of Natural History.
Gage Beasley’s Paraceratherium Stuffed Plush Toy in grey color.