An artistic reconstruction of the front view of the Triassic Period mammal cousin Lisowicia bojani. Graphic: Karolina Suchan-Okulska/Reuters

These elephant-sized beasts rubbed shoulders with dinosaurs, proving that early cousins of mammals weren’t all runts

  • The newly discovered Lisowicia bojani roamed prehistoric grasslands about 205 million years ago, and were much larger than similar creatures
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An artistic reconstruction of the front view of the Triassic Period mammal cousin Lisowicia bojani. Graphic: Karolina Suchan-Okulska/Reuters
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