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2023-07-18 Snargl 0 minute 0 second

Where does the Vivaxosaurus live?

Vivaxosaurus was a genus of dicynodont, a group of herbivorous synapsids that lived during the Permian period.
Vivaxosaurus lived in what is now Russia, specifically in the Arkhangelsk Oblast region near the Northern Dvina River.
It was one of the last dicynodonts to survive before the Permian-Triassic extinction event, which wiped out most of the terrestrial life on Earth.
Vivaxosaurus shared its habitat with other synapsids such as Inostrancevia, Scutosaurus and Dvinia, as well as reptiles and amphibians.
Vivaxosaurus was about the size of a large pig, and had only two tusks that it used to dig up tubers and roots.
It had no other teeth, and relied on a horny beak to crop vegetation.
Vivaxosaurus was probably a social animal, living in herds for protection and communication.

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What does the Vivaxosaurus look like?

Vivaxosaurus

A creature from the Permian age
With tusks and beak, but not a sage
It lived in Russia, near the river
And ate the plants, but not the liver

It had no teeth, except for two
That helped it dig and chew and chew
It was as big as a pig or more
And had a tail, but not a roar

It shared the land with giant beasts
Like Inostrancevia and Scutosaurus
But it survived the great extinction
And left behind its fossil impression

That's how we know of Vivaxosaurus
A dicynodont, not a dinosaur
You can see its picture on Wikipedia
Or read more about it on Wikiwand

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