Gigantocamelus (Gigantocamelus Barbour and Schultz (1939))
Time period: Pliocene through Pleistocene 4.9 mya - 300,000 years ago (North America)
Size: 3,7 m in length, 300 cm in height, 1670 - 2,485 kg of weight
Typical representative: Gigantocamelus spatulus Barbour & Schultz, 1934
Gigantocamelus is a giant American Camel, the largest prehistoric ungulate. It lived in the Pliocene through the Pleistocene 4.9 mya - 300.000 years ago on the territory of the North America. It was 3.7 m in length and 300 cm in height. Its weight was about 1670-2.485 kg. Some scientists belive that it may be a synonym of Titanotylopus.