What is another word for mammutidae?
[ mˈamjuːtˌɪdiː], [ mˈamjuːtˌɪdiː], [ m_ˈa_m_j_uː_t_ˌɪ_d_iː]
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Synonyms for Mammutidae:
n.• Family Mammutidae (noun)
How to use "Mammutidae" in context?
1. mammutidae is an extinct family of medium to large size polar bears that lived during the Pleistocene epoch 2 million to 11,700 years ago. The family name is derived from the Latin words maenalus, meaning "epicardial ridge" or "great heart," and adipus, meaning "fat." The early polar bears evolved from the Mustelidae family around 25 million years ago and were one of the most diverse carnivore superfamilies during the Middle Pleistocene.
By the end of the Pleistocene, all of the extant members of the family were extinct.
Homophones for Mammutidae:
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Holonyms for Mammutidae:
proboscidea, Order Proboscidea.
Hyponym for Mammutidae:
Meronym for Mammutidae:
Genus Mammut, genus mastodon, mammut.
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