Glyptodon was a genus of large, armored mammal of the subfamily
Glyptodontinae (glyptodonts or glyptodontines) - relatives of armadillos - that
lived during the ...
Apr 7, 2015 ... The Glyptodon is an extinct armadillo ancestor that lived during the Pleistocene
Epoch. Scientists typically compare it to the Volkswagen Beetle, ...
The prehistoric armadillo Glyptodon was the size of a Volkswagen Beetle.
Glyptodon ("grooved [or] carved tooth") was a large, armoured mammal that
resembled and was a relative of the armadillos. It gave its name to the family of ...
For millions of years, enormous, plant-eating glyptodonts lumbered across the
Americas. Some species were as large as cars: up to 10 feet long. They were ...
Glyptodon printout. Glyptodon was one of the biggest ancient armadillos from the
Ice Ages. This car-sized mammal had heavy body armor on its back and head.
Feb 2, 2011 ... Among the first of the glyptodonts to become known to scientists was, not
surprisingly, Glyptodon. It lacked the tail club seen among some of its ...
Glyptodon (Glyptodon Owen, 1839). Order: Pilosa. Family: Glyptodontidae. Time
period: late Pliocene - late Pleistocene of America (3 Ma – 11,000 years ago).
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Jun 30, 2014 ... Glyptodon was one of the biggest ancient armadillos. Fossils of this mammal
have been found in Argentina, South America. It was about the ...