Procoptodon Animal Pictures

The face of the Procoptodon was short and flat with eyes that pointed forward.

The face of the Procoptodon was short and flat with eyes that pointed forward.
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The face of the Procoptodon was short and flat with eyes that pointed forward.

A sculpture of a giant short-faced kangaroo skeleton in Naracoorte Caves National Park, South Australia. The Procoptodon went extinct around 15,000 years ago.

A sculpture of a giant short-faced kangaroo skeleton in Naracoorte Caves National Park, South Australia. The Procoptodon went extinct around 15,000 years ago.
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A sculpture of a giant short-faced kangaroo skeleton in Naracoorte Caves National Park, South Australia. The Procoptodon went extinct around 15,000 years ago.

A size comparison of a human & Procoptodon goliah, the largest kangaroo that ever lived. P. goliah & other sthenurine kangaroos were bipedal browsers.

A size comparison of a human & Procoptodon goliah, the largest kangaroo that ever lived. P. goliah & other sthenurine kangaroos were bipedal browsers.
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A size comparison of a human & Procoptodon goliah, the largest kangaroo that ever lived. P. goliah & other sthenurine kangaroos were bipedal browsers.