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  1. Megistotherium was a huge Hyaenodont (not a dinosaur, but an early, hyena-like mammal, a creodont) from the Miocene Epoch (about 24 million years ago).
  2. Megistotherium was a very large creodont that lived in the Miocene Epoch some 24 million years ago. (Web site)
  3. Megistotherium was a very large creodont that lived in the Eocene Epoch some 55 million years ago. (Web site)


  1. Megistotherium may have rivaled Andrewsarchus mongoliensis in size.
  2. Megistotherium may have been an active predator or a scavenger. (Web site)
  3. A: I don't Megistotherium's exact length, but this extinct mammal's skull was over 3 feet (1 m) long. (Web site)


  1. Megistotherium fossils have been discovered from Libya and Egypt.
  2. Mastodon bones have been found with its fossils, so Megistotherium may have hunted young mastodons for food, but not adults.
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