Amebelodon is a striking relative of modern elephants with shovel-like tusks protruding from its lower jaw. This large plant eater occupied North America during the Micoene, between six and ten million years ago.
- Scientific Name: Amebelodon fricki
- Characteristics: Amebelodon was a plant eater with a huge skull with two pairs of tusks – a pair of elephant-like tusks in its upper jaw, and a pair of flattened shovel-like tusks in its lower jaw. It walked on four sturdy legs and had a short tail. At up to 10 foot long it was relatively small.
- Size and Color: This figure is 6.5 inches long and 3.25 inches high. It has grey elephant-like skin.
- The Amebelodon was part of the Wild Safari® Prehistoric World collection.
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