Bauria

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2023-07-18 Snargl 0 minute 0 second

Where does the Bauria live?

Bauria is not a living animal, but an extinct genus of mammal-like reptiles that existed during the Early and Middle Triassic period, around 246-251 million years ago.
Bauria belonged to the family Bauriidae, which was part of the suborder Therocephalia, a group of therapsids that had several mammal-like features.
Bauria was probably a carnivore or insectivore, and had specialized teeth for different functions.
Bauria lived in South Africa, specifically in the Burgersdorp Formation, where most of its fossils have been found.
Only two species of Bauria are known: Bauria cynops and Bauria robusta, which differed in size and shape of the skull.
Bauria is not related to Babaria, a Hindu community found mainly in India.
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