Burrow deep into the blankets and sip a toasty sweet brew that evokes the dampness and darkness of earth. Dicynodon had no teeth, except for small tusks which may have been used for digging up tubers--hence, the sweet potato; pu erh provides an earthy base, and almond, aniseed and cinnamon are solid flavors which round out the blend.
About four feet long, this creature was like an oversized reptillian gopher. It had a horny beak which would have been used for slicing vegetation. It was an ancestor of burrowing mammals, and may have given rise to the primitive rodent-like mammals of the Mesozoic, such as Eomaia.
this blend is in a 'ship
Dicynodon lacerticeps has hooked up with Coelurosauravus elivensis.
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