The tangier, bolder, darker side of the sail-backed synapsids. More tart than sweet, these were vicious creatures whose serrated teeth and large olfactory regions allowed them to be the Tyrannosaurs of their era.
Dimetrodon was hardly delicate in its eating habits; it ate most of the organs and bones of its prey, only avoiding the lower digestive system (and for good reason). It is the most well known Permian animal, and often mistaken for a dinosaur. Once thought have to regulated temperature, their sails are thought to have been used for sexual display.
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Dimetrodon limbatus has hooked up with Edaphosaurus pogonias.
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