Ambulocetus /ˌambjʊlə(ʊ)ˈsiːtəs/

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a cetacean of the Eocene epoch that had fore and hind limbs and could walk on land.
– origin modern Latin, from Latin ambulare ‘to walk’ + cetus ‘whale’.

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