quinta-feira, 17 de março de 2011
Fósseis do museo de ciencias naturales de Buenos Aires
Panochthus is an extinct genus of glyptodont, who lived in Argentina during the Pleistocene epoch.
It could reach 3 m of length; the upper skull and the body were protected by hemispherical armor composed of hundred of rounded scales. The tail, short and wedge-shaped, consisted of small bony bands with small spikes used for defense.
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