Name: Agnotherium.
Phonetic: Ag-noe-fee-ree-um.
Named By: Kaup‭ ‬-‭ ‬1932.‭
Classification: Chordata,‭ ‬Mammalia,‭ ‬Carnivora,‭ ‬Caniformia,‭ ‬Amphicyonidae,‭ ‬Amphicyoninae.
Species: A.‭ ‬antiquus,‭ ‬A.‭ ‬grivense.
Diet: Carnivore.
Size: Unavailable.
Known locations: France,‭ ‬Morocco.
Time period: Late Burdigalian to the Serravallian of the Miocene.
Fossil representation: Few specimens.

       One of the early/mid Miocene era bear dogs,‭ ‬Agnotherium was first discovered in France,‭ ‬but later discoveries from Morocco revealed that Agnotherium ranged across Western Europe and the Eastern portion of North Africa at the very least.‭ ‬Agnotherium may have been replaced by the nearby Afrocyon which appears after Agnotherium disappeared.


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