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meaning: "Magerit dog"
Named By: Stephane Peigne, Manuel J. Salesa, Mauricio, Anton & Jorge Morales in 2008
Time Period: Late Miocene 10-9 Ma
Location: Spain, Madrid - Cerro de Battalions-1 (Battalions Hill)
Size: Details unavailable
Diet: Carnivore
Fossil(s): Partial remains of at least 12 individuals, including 5 juveniles
Classification: | Chordata | Mammalia | Carnivora | Caniformia | Amphicyonidae | Amphicyoninae |
Also known as: | Amphicyon castellanus |

Magericyon is an extinct genus of Amphicyonid ("bear-dog") that lived during the Miocene 10-9 Ma (Vallesian Age) in what is now Spain.

Read more about Magericyon at Wikipedia
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