[ pˌat͡ʃa͡ɪdəmˈɑːtə], [ pˌatʃaɪdəmˈɑːtə], [ p_ˌa_tʃ_aɪ_d_ə_m_ˈɑː_t_ə]
Related words: Pachyderms, pachyderma, elephant in the room, how to pronounce Pachydermata, elephant species, mammal classification
How to use "Pachydermata" in context?
Pachydermata are a group of animals that are characterized by their massive trunk and tusk-like teeth. Some of the more famous pachydermata include the elephant, rhinoceros, and narwhal. While all pachydermata possess these uniquely evolved features, not all are equally skilled at using them to their fullest potential. Some pachydermata, such as the elephant, are highly effective front-line defenders, using their trunk and tusk to incapacitate or kill predators.
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