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meaning: "Calf face"
Named By: Robert Broom in 1911
Time Period: Capitanian, 265-260 Ma
Location: South Africa - karoo
Size: Approximately 2.7 meters long
Diet: unavailable
Fossil(s): Several specimens
Classification: | Chordata | Therapsida | Dinocephalia | Tapinocephalia | Tapinocephalidae |

Moschops (Greek for "calf face") is an extinct genus of therapsid that lived in the Guadalupian epoch, around 265-260 million years ago. Therapsids are synapsids, which were at one time the dominant land animals. Its remains were found in the Karoo region of South Africa.

Read more about Moschops at Wikipedia
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