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An extinct genus of hornless rhinoceros.
Weighing the same as five elephants (15-20 tonnes) and being over 26ft wide, Paraceratherium is one of the largest mammals to have ever roamed the Earth.
It is believed that the Paraceratherium ate a diet of soft leaves and shrubs - their large incisors used for defence and for loosening shrubs.
Paraceratherium could be found in present day China, Mongolia, India, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Turkey, Romania, Bulgaria and the Balkans.
Model measures approx 22cm x 14.7cm
Designed by experts to be factually accurate.