Rhizodus

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Rhizodus
Rhizodus hibberti.JPG
Fossil tooth of Rhizodus hibberti
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Infraphylum: Gnathostomata
Class: Osteichthyes
Subclass: Sarcopterygii
Infraclass: Tetrapodomorpha
Order: Rhizodontida
Family: Rhizodontidae
Genus: Rhizodus

Rhizodus is an extinct genus of a rhizodont, a branch of the Sarcopterygii, the bony vertebrate clade that also includes tetrapods. It was of enormous size, reaching 6–7 m in length.[1]

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