Fig. 5.4.

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The bone-cracking jaws of the Marsupial Lion (Thylacoleo carnifex), according to research by palaeontologist Stephen Wroe, had the greatest bite force of any mammal known to exist on Earth. Note the protruding lower incisor teeth, which show it to be a member of the Diprotodontia, and the huge slicing premolar teeth situated behind them. Source: Andrew Baker.
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