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Meaning of chalicothere

chal•i•co•there

Pronunciation: (kal'i-kō-thēr"), [key]
— n.
  1. a horselike fossil of the genus Chalicotherium and related genera, common in Europe, Asia, and Africa during the Tertiary Period, having a sloping back and three-toed, clawed feet.
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