An artist's impression of Anancus.

Anancus, whose name derives from an ancient Roman king,[1] was a gomphothere which lived from the late Miocene until the early Pleistocene epoch. Anancus was endemic to the forests of Africa, Europe and Asia.

Measuring up to three metres tall,[2] Anancus' height was comparable to that of some species of mammoth, which were close relatives of Anancus.



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