titanothere definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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Any of various extinct herbivorous hoofed mammals of the genus Brontotherium and related genera, of the Eocene and Oligocene epochs, resembling the rhinoceros.
Origin: New Latin Tītānothērium, genus name : Greek Tītān, Titan + Greek thērion, wild beast; see treacle.
titanothere - Science Definition
Any of various extinct herbivorous hoofed mammals of the family Brontotheriidae of the Eocene and Oligocene Epochs. Titanotheres were mostly large animals resembling rhinoceroses and had massive skulls with horns and stout bodies.