22 Inches Around Outer Curve
9 Inches Wide
5 Inches Thick
Eremotherium was a huge, bulky, slow-moving mammal that lived during the Pleistocene epoch in the United States. It went extinct about 11,000 years ago. The similar sized Megatherium genus was from South America.
Anatomy: Eremotherium had peg-like teeth, powerful jaws, and a thick, short tail. It had three hook-like claws on each foot. It was primarily a quadruped (walked on four legs). It was about the size of an elephant. It was roughly 20 feet (6 m) long and weighed about 3-4 tons.
Behavior: Eremotherium was an herbivore (a plant-eater). It ate leaves, shoots, roots, and fruit. It may have eaten leaves from the tops of trees while standing upright on its hind legs, using its tail to balance.
22" around the outer curve
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