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  1. Palaeoloxodon was a huge elephant that lived in the Late Pleistocene, about 10 thousand to 40 thousand years ago.
  2. Palaeoloxodon is an extinct subgenus of straight-tusked elephant. (Web site)
  3. Palaeoloxodon is an extinct subgenus of elephants, containing the various species of straight-tusked elephant. (Web site)


  1. The last mainland European Palaeoloxodon faced extinction 30,000 years ago. (Web site)
  2. There was also the dwarf elephant of Cyprus ( Palaeoloxodon cypriotes ) Sicily-Malta ( Palaeoloxodon falconeri ) and mainland ( Palaeoloxodon antiquus ).
  3. Elephas (Palaeoloxodon) antiquus found in England and Germany and was twice the size of a modern African elephant E. (P.) cypriotes (Cyprus) dwarf elephant. (Web site)
  4. Palaeoloxodon naumanni, the same family as the African elephant, was discovered in Japan and shows the migration from Southeast Asia a million years ago. (Web site)


  1. Palaeoloxodon is known informally as the "straight-tusked elephant" because of the straight tusks of Elephas (Palaeoloxodon) antiquus. (Web site)
  2. Search Results Palaeoloxodon Palaeoloxodon is an extinct subgenus of straight-tusked elephant.


  1. Fossils of Palaeoloxodon discovered from North China to Taiwan proves they once roamed there.
  2. A complete palaeoloxodon skeleton was once unearthed in Hebei province, which surrounds Beijing, Xinhua said. (Web site)
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