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Danuvius is an extinct genus of great ape that lived 11.6 million years ago during the Middle–Late Miocene in southern Germany, described in November 2019. The area at this time was probably a woodland with a seasonal climate. A male specimen was estimated to have weighed about 31 kg, and two females 17 and 19 kg.
Danuvius guggenmosi
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Danuvius is an extinct genus of great ape that lived 11.6 million years ago during the Middle–Late Miocene in southern Germany, described in November 2019. The area at this time was probably a woodland with a seasonal climate. A male specimen was estimated to have weighed about 31 kg, and two females 17 and 19 kg.
Danuvius guggenmosi
Danuvius guggenmosi
Danuvius is an extinct genus of great ape that lived 11.6 million years ago during the Middle–Late Miocene in southern Germany, described in November 2019. The area at this time was probably a woodland with a seasonal climate. A male specimen was estimated to have weighed about 31 kg, and two females 17 and 19 kg.
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