Trogontherium cuvier

In 1863 and 1868 Lyell presented some specimens of a very rare giant beaver (Trogontherium cuvieri), from the Cromer Forest Bed and Norwich Crag that were subsequently described by Richard Owen (1804-1892) (1846: p. 186 mandibular ramus [NHMUK PV OR 40978] and p. 191 distal femur [NHMUK PV OR 40979] in British Fossil Mammals.

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Consuelo Sendino (2017). Dataset: The Charles Lyell fossil collection at the Natural History Museum. Resource: Trogontherium cuvier. Natural History Museum Data Portal (data.nhm.ac.uk). http://dx.doi.org/10.5519/0090750

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