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Gomphotherium

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With its large, shovel-toothed lower tusks--which it used to dig up vegetation from swamps and lakebeds--Gomphotherium set the pattern for later shovel-toothed elephants with even more pronounced digging equipment. More about Gomphotherium
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Gomphotherium (American Museum of Natural History)

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