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Named By: M. W. Maisch in 2002
Time Period: Late Permian
Location: Tanzania - Penman Kawinga Formation
Size: Holotype skull roughly about 39 centimetres long
Diet: Carnivore
Fossil(s): Mostly skull material from at least two individuals
Classification: | Chordata | Synapsida | Therapsida | Gorgonopsidae |
Also known as: | Aelurognathus haughtoni | Ruhuhucerberus terror | Sycosaurus terror |

Ruhuhucerberus is a very large, extinct gorgonopsian therapsid which existed in Tanzania during the Late Permian. Its fossils are found in the Penman Kawinga formation of the Ruhuhu Basin. It existed sympatrically with the even larger Rubidgea.

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