Andrewsarchus /ˌandruːˈsɑːkəs/


I. noun

a very large carnivorous mammal of the Eocene epoch.
– origin modern Latin: from the name of the US palaeontologist Roy Chapman Andrews (1884-1960), who led the expedition on which the animal’s fossils were found, + Greek arkhos ‘ruler’.

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