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Eryops megacephalus

Eryops megacephalus Amphibia Temnospondyli Early Permian Wichita Basin Texas USA SCULPT MODELS RESTORATION RECONSTRUCTIONS CAST CASTS COPYING REPLICAS RECONSTRUCTION RESTORATIONS DUPLICATIONS REPRODUCTION COPYING DUPLICATION REPRODUCTION IMITATION IM

Category:Other Reptiles
Taxonomy:Amphibia: Temnospondyli
Age:Early Permian
Locality:Wichita Basin, Texas, USA
Length:0.44 meters

Description

Eryops is an extinct amphibian whose remains are found mainly in Archer County in Texas but have found fossils in New Mexico and in parts of the eastern United States. Measured between 1.50 and 2 meters long, making it one of the larger animals of its time. He lived during the Lower Permian and despite that it has no known descendants, is one of the best known amphibians of the Permian. The Eryops is a key example in the adaptations of the movement of the aquatic environment to land. This copy was found in Wichita Basin in Texas, USA. The skull has a length of 44 cm.


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Eryops megacephalus skull
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