Euryzygoma (†Euryzygoma dunense Longman, 1921)
Dimensions: length - 2,5 m, height - 1,6 m, weight - 1700 kg
Temporal range: during the Pliocene - Pleistocene epoch (Australia)
A typical representative: Euryzygoma dunense
Euryzygoma is an extinct genus of marsupial from the Pliocene of Queensland and New South Wales, Australia. It differed from other diprotodonts in having unusual, flaring cheekbones that may have been used either for storing food or for sexual display.
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