I thought they were bipedal. (It said so on Wikipedia, but then again, you can't trust Wikipedia for all the things it says)
The more chalicotheres the merrier!
In my mind I'm imagining it getting up and laying down just like a camel or goat now, thanks to those great knee and elbow scabs.
А до чего ж у неё видовое имя трудновыговариваемое!!!)))
I don't know this species. Similar to Moropus, right?
He is the largest in the family. Yes, with the Moropus in one subfamily, but have a closer relatives to Phillotyllon.
How large is it?
Author of describing wrote that when the animal get up on its hind legs and pulled. It plucked branches at a height of 5 meters. That is, on four legs, it could be about 2,3 or even 2.5 m in the shoulders.
An unknow giant... thanks for show this animals
Oh, there's a lot of interesting animals that are not known to the general public For example, few people know that the first saber-toothed hunters were not the Creodonts.
Indeed... you mean the therocephalians, right?
Love your drawings!